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Sabotaging Myself

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

I've come to the conclusion that I'm sabotaging myself. Last night I had another eating binge, no as bad as the night before but still it was mindless eating. Why I'm I doing this to myself? That is the question of the day. I've decided it's time to be mean to myself and cut back the calories. I see what SparkPeople says I can eat and I figure as long as I'm in that range I'll be o.k. but I think that it's giving me too much leeway to be bad. I do much better if I'm strict and don't have leeway so that's what I'm going to do.
I have my breakfast and lunch planned out and it will leave me about 600 calories for supper and a snack. I now that I can do it and my motivation is the fact that my scale didn't go down today or up, THANK GOODNESS.
I'll be blogging my progress, hopefully not my regression tonight:)
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  • MSLZZY
    Planning ahead is key and you've really trying. Maybe it will be easier when your honey gets home for good. Too much stress. Hang in there! You CAN do it! emoticon
    4076 days ago
  • HARLEYSLP
    Know that you aren't alone...I've been really letting myself down lately too. Check this killer out - after a great day of eating on Sunday, I actually filled a sugar cone with PB and chocolate syrup because I couldn't find anything else sweet in the house to eat! UGGGH! We just have to keep looking ahead and being more accountable for our choices. I can do this and I know you can too!
    4076 days ago
  • KO1215
    Good luck! I know you can do it!
    4076 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6813200
    You can do this. Try not buying the food that you are sabataging yourself with.. You can do this
    4076 days ago
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