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Totally off the program yesterday!

Sunday, October 04, 2009

Yesterday I started off right, eating a healthy breakfast of oatmeal and banana. The whole cardio catherization issue coming up on Wednesday has kept me from doing any cardio (Dr.'s orders), and I was bored. I did a little shopping, buying a halloween costume and some things for the school I work at. When I got home, DH suggested we go see a movie. We shared a bag of popcorn, and that's when I decided to let it be an off day. I have not taken a day off in ages. We went to Elephant Bar for a late lunch later and I order fried food (gasp!), and a shot of Bailey's to go with my coffee and even though no way could I eat all of it, I ate a lot of what I shouldn't have.
Do I feel guilty?? NOPE! I have stuck to the program all this time and I think we all should take a day off now and then. What do you think???
My weigh-in this morning put me at down 1/2 a pound, but I know that what I ate yesterday would impact next week's weigh-in, not this one.
The cath is Wednesday...hopefully all will go well and life will get back to normal. And hey.. I have to fast for the test and usually you can't eat until much later in the day, so I am telling my brain that yesterday's calories can go toward Wednesday! LOLOL
Hope you all have a wonderful week!
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  • v LMSW55
    I was so thrilled that you did not feel any guilt! You are so right that you need to go with the flow which sometimes means making choices of pure indulgence. Good for you!
    Mary

    2449 days ago
  • v KELRAJ
    It is totally OK to have a snack or meal that would normally be considered a no-no on a day to day basis. I personally do this every week once or twice. Don't deprive yourself or you will go crazy! emoticon
    2458 days ago
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