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Tuesday, October 09, 2018

I did a very dumb thing, but I don't regret it at all. Back when I hopped on this bandwagon, I did so well. I was dropping weight and exercising more and more. Each month, I progressed and felt great. THEN a little over a month ago, I just let it all go. I got so tired of weighing and measuring my food. I got so tired of writing all my food in my journal. I got so tired of exercising everyday. I got so tired of eating healthy stuff. It was almost like a sick person who thinks everything is just fine so they stop taking their medicine. This is NOT GOOD.

I admit it. I have been on a binge that derailed my progress. However now, I am so tired of feeling tired. I am so tired of not doing what is best for me. I am so tired of not progressing. Today, I turned it back around. I am on track again. I planned meals. I weighed food. I wrote in my food journal. I am getting ready to go out to ride my bike. If you are what you eat, I am a melting hot fudge sundae right now. LOL LOL I don't like it and I am going to do something about it. I am back to doing the right things.

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  • FLGIRL1234
    Sometimes you just need a break. Glad to see you back again. You're worth it!
    995 days ago
    It happens! And not just to you. Good thing is, you got a good reminder of why you do it. I'm glad you're back on track; hope you are making time for fun... I notice if I get a bit bored it's easier to go off track. Hugs.
    1013 days ago
    1020 days ago
    Sometimes you have to go totally off track to realize where you need to be and why. I have to take meds for the rest of my life and periodically I think of stopping them thinking I am fine until I realize what I would be like without them. The same goes for eating healthy and working out. Experience the result and you won't do it again.
    1020 days ago
  • TEEMAC1260
    Everyday is a new day and everyday a new beginning! Never give up!
    1020 days ago
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