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KATHIE77
Posts: 7
1/5/13 9:57 A

You were all very supportive and now I need help. 4 days in and I already am disappointed and mad at myself. Went to Dunkin Donuts yesterday morning to get coffee. I left the house in a rush and didn't have time for breakfast, so I grabbed a turkey sausage on english muffin. When I opened the bag, I realized they threw in hash brown potatoes (tater tots?) by mistake. Do you think I threw them out? Of course not. I ate every single one. Lunch was fine. But went out to dinner with my family and they ordered fried pickles, which I love. I resorted right back to my old way of thinking "oh I've already screwed up today, I think I'll have some pickles." I didn't log on to Sparkpeople yesterday cause I was annoyed, and had to nudge myself to do it today. WHAT IS MY PROBLEM? 4 DAYS. Urggghhhhh emoticon



KATHIE77
Posts: 7
1/1/13 8:26 P

Hi, I'm just starting out too. Best of luck to you. If you want some encouragement or want to be "friends", just friend me. You can do it!



DEB2448
Posts: 140,863
1/1/13 4:58 P

Welcome to spark people. This is a great site full of many tools to use. By joining a few teams you will get support and motivation from other members. Good luck with your goals.




CAPTAINSTEFF
Posts: 4
1/1/13 1:46 P

I wish you all the good luck! I really hope you meet your goal!



MRE1956
Posts: 9,360
1/1/13 1:44 P

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JNYRAE1
Posts: 2
1/1/13 1:41 P

I am ready to get started getting healthy. I have decided to stop drinking soda, eat healthier, and to exercise. Wish me luck. It is going to be a long road, but will be worth every step.



 
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