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Im proud of myself today.

Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Last night I went a lil over in calories, but for the week I am way evened out, averaging only 1550 a day. It is usually pretty easy cause I cook at home every night and make stuff that is super low cal so even if I want thirds, I can.

Today the "boys" (some of our guy friends) came over and even though I made soup, Cody decided we should go get pizza. I said I didnt want to go but he wanted me to, even just for a salad. I didnt mind, I miss my friends and have been kinda introverted the past few weeks.

But it was so HARD! We had chicago stuffed pizza and breadsticks and chicken fingers..OMG. I wanted some soo bad. I had an antipasto salad that was pretty good, and filling...but man i wanted some of that cheesy stuffed pizza so bad. :(

I had a NIBBLE of a chicken finger, and of a breadstick. I was going to take a nibble of codys pizza, but then it had sausage on it and im allergic to fennel so NM. Which was good. In my head I kept thinking, it wouldnt hurt to just have a piece, just one piece...blah blah. BUT NO! I know it seems in the short run I can and it will be fine but I am just setting myself up for failure and to keep cheating and going over!!

So I said NO. And I was really proud of myself when we left. I came home, and now I can have some leftover soup or mexican chicken with rice, and be happy.

So yeah...usually it is not that bad and I dont have a hard time being good...but damn, today was a challenge. emoticon
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    You should be VERY proud of yourself. I'd have never made it through that as all of those foods are my weaknesses. GREAT JOB!!!!!
    2783 days ago
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