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A 3 week break.... too long.

Friday, November 12, 2010

So I left for California to visit my family for a week... the week before that was all messed up in preparations to get ready to go.. and during the week while I was there we were cabin "camping" and I was traveling around quite a bit. Then this past week after I got back, I've been working long, intense hours at my mother's house, in which my schedule is all messed up and eating is different, too.

Sooooooo 3 long weeks I have neglected to follow my eating health-fully plan, and have not been able to track my meals (which REALLY helps!)... and I feel like I'm way off track again. BUT... I will not let this get me down or set me back. Yes, I will have another intense few days of work with my mom again in a couple weeks, but if I plan better ahead of time, maybe I can stay on track better even when I'm there.

In the meantime... starting when I wake up tomorrow.... I'm going to re-focus and pick up where I left off and keep moving forward.

So here's to moving forward!


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SHAYNARAINE 11/12/2010 5:03PM

    Thanks for the encouragement Maggie and ?? I wish you both a great weekend, too!

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MAGGIE_V 11/12/2010 4:50PM

    Don't get down about what's already happened. Remember that any effort is better than no effort so just do what you can, when you can. Things will get back on track as long as you will it to happen. You made a god point about planning ahead. I can't remember where I heard this but I love it: failing to plan is planning to fail. I hope you have a great weekend! emoticon

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