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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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  • BLESSED2BEME
    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
  • MICHIGANLORI
    I've had that bipolar shopping cart too! Nice job turning it around. emoticon
    2898 days ago
  • TEENY_BIKINI
    Alas, the bipolar shopping cart. Everybody's been there, done that. No biggie. Congrats on the 5K, rock star!

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    2899 days ago
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