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OLGA18 SparkPoints: (12,463)
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6/2/13 11:37 A

You can see it as wiping out the exercise with junk food or you can see it as compensating for the junk food with 2 hours of exercise! It's OK to have an "off" day, everyone does. Just climb back on that horse!

KNUCKLES145 Posts: 13,714
6/2/13 8:53 A

and learn from your mistake. (there is no such thing as failure only opportunities to learn) :)

All the so called "secrets of success"will not work ... unless you do.


KWOOD1955 SparkPoints: (34,616)
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6/2/13 8:45 A

Thanks, everybody. I'm feeling better and going to just go forward -- not dwell on yesterday -- there's not a thing I can do about yesterday -- just focus on TODAY!! Thanks again!

SHERYLDS Posts: 12,822
6/2/13 8:37 A

the past is history..Make today count towards reaching your goals

Sheryl from New Jersey, EST...2015 start wt. 231
KKKAREN SparkPoints: (226,222)
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6/2/13 8:33 A

everyday is a new day, have more good days then bad and you'll do alright!

Karen
KWOOD1955 SparkPoints: (34,616)
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6/2/13 8:23 A

Almost doubled my suggested calorie intake. I did 2 hours at the gym (Zumba and cardio/barbell). But really wiped out those classes with junk food. Okay! Today is a new day. I'm on track. Going for a walk once it warms up just a couple of more degrees. 4 miles. I'm back on track!

P.S. Feel sssooo much better just admitting here what happened - and committing to a new day. Thanks for listening to my rambling! :)

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