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Wasn't Well Prepared Yesterday....

Friday, November 19, 2010

My food choices were kinda "suckie" yesterday. I was extremely tired so I did not cook, I slept and slept some more. emoticon The sleep made me a happy girl but when I woke up through out the day, I snacked on fruit and pretzels. I didn't have any really solid food yesterday.

I have to be better prepared for days like that or I am going to slip in to going to fast food restaurants again. I can and I will do this right but I must prep better.

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  • v BRANDIGIRL313
    i thought i was the only one who said "sucky" lol! and used it the same way! omg!
    2103 days ago
  • v REDRUDY5
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    2106 days ago
  • v TAMLKING
    It is in the planning! The good thing is that you are aware of that and that's a big step in the right direction. Sounds like maybe your body needed a rest. I get days like that, too.
    2108 days ago
  • v SADOLPHINGIRL
    Know what you mean by being better prepared. I have had a few busy days myself where I haven't really been on SP to track anything! Not good as I rely heavily on SP resources. Made a pact with myself today that I WILL be better prepared and I am back!
    Don't be hard on yourself, at least you didn't snack on chocolates and junk food!!!


    2108 days ago
  • v ABB698
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    you are right, its all in the planning! I have days like that as well. I keep lots of fat free yogurt and granola on hand, or a quick egg scramble with veggies and cottage cheese is always a good fall back food with a little cinnamon sprinkled on it. Yum!

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    Hang in there! You will get through this!

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    2108 days ago
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