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I Need A Kick In the Butt!

Monday, June 28, 2010

Today I should have had my behind kicked. I ate 9 pieces of sushi for dinner tonight. I rationalized that the 6 Calafornia Rolls had avocado and crab. Never mind that I was watching TV while eating or that I had two REAL Cokes tonight (they were good too) and not a single drop of water. I had breakfast (oatmeal, bacon & eggs) but no lunch and two Oreos. With no exercise for a couple of days now. If it werent for my husband, I wouldnt have gotten out of bed today probably. I missed church (I did watch several church broadcasts though). I just didnt want to leave my room all weekend. I dont know why this happens to me occassionally but I want it to stop.

The killer is I dont know why I did it. This is not supposed to be happening. I have got to find another way to keep motivated or Im gonna be back to not tie-ing my own shoes. Fortunately, tommorrow is another day. A day where I will be better than the last. Im gonna figure out these things and get it together. Im glad I got SP, but I gotta get me some accountability measures in place.
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    Don't beat yourself up to much lol...Lapses least you more determined now...and focused...So Spark to....
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    2821 days ago
    Heavens sweetie I am not going to kick you hiney, as pitfalls today, create our determined mindset for better tomorrows. Everything you had sounded yummy. Maybe not what we'd eat if we were on a weight loss mission, but ya know...we are only human. Just wanted to give you a big hug, and let you know~that you yourself have said that tomorrow will be better(more on track so to speak). No beating yourself up~maybe your body was lacking some nutrient in those foods you consumed today. Never know. Keep your chin up, tummy sucked in, do a colon cleanse, and wahhh-lahhh back on track you will be. :o)

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    2821 days ago
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