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I Did It To Myself

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

I did myself dirty today.

I thought I was super woman and could figure out how to get things all done.

I went to the Dr (no biggie, yearly gyno check up), and since I've been working, the house duties have taken a back seat.

I took the day off work to play catch up.

I lost track of time driving around looking for a battery for my car key.

By the time it hit me, I was grocery shopping and my stomach was having a full blown conversation.

I was shopping on an empty stomach!!

My shopping cart looked bi-polar: chips, chocolate, ice cream, cookies ... on one side; wheat sandwich bread, chicken breasts, potatoes, ground turkey .... on the other.

I got home and couldn't get the lid off the ice cream fast enough... Cookies would be a great side dish...

I felt SO AWFUL!!

Of all the things I could have eaten!!

I snapped myself out of it, put everything away, and threw on some gym clothes.

I felt like a zombie on the treadmill, like I wasn't myself.

It must have been my body telling me: this is how we function on ice cream and cookies you dim wit; you can't expect to feel great when you just fed us junk!

I jogged my 5K and had a healthy lunch, gonna have a healthy dinner soon.

I'll asses the damages, too.

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    To pull out a 5K after that is amazing to me! I too have expeirenced the zombie on the treadmill feeling. Wondering why I can't rock my workout when all I chose that day was junk to feed my system!

    Lesson learned...time to move on:) emoticon
    2898 days ago
    I've had that bipolar shopping cart too! Nice job turning it around. emoticon
    2898 days ago
    Alas, the bipolar shopping cart. Everybody's been there, done that. No biggie. Congrats on the 5K, rock star!

    2899 days ago
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