Hard day

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

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    Dont feel bad, you did just right by listening to your body.....next time take it out on a punching bag not your dh......not only will you feel better but you will loose more calories.

    Hang in there, I hope your working out together brings you closer!
    2800 days ago
  • KAMEA81
    Good for you for making good choices and making the best of a hard day. There are a lot of things in life we can't control, but it's important to remember there are things we can control when everything else blows up. No matter how school/work/life can just drag us down we can still decide to choose that handful of veggies and fruits over a candy bar. We can choose to go for our workout. I find it keeps a sense of normalcy to everything. Keep up the great work! You are doing so well! emoticon emoticon
    2803 days ago
    Great Job! Even if you were feeling like p**p you made great food choices. Also don't feel bad about your workout...Somedays you just need to rest.

    2803 days ago
    My "friend" is coming to visit me soon... I can already feel the water weight and cravings coming on.... grrrreat.

    Yeah, it sounds like you fought through the cravings and did make the better choices.. If you attend the PT, I hope it really does help you out!!! Love ya girlie!

    2803 days ago
  • DANAB1106
    even though you had a bad day it sounds like you made good choices. I can't stand when my time comes...I want to eat everything in site.
    2803 days ago
    so sorry you have had a bad day, but YAY for you in your food choices and not comforting with food! That is super awesome! I would call that a GOOD day hon! Don't beat yourself up for not being able to work out. You don't want to push yourself too far and cause more problems and pain. It will be ok! I have faith in you! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2803 days ago
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