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Good and Bad News

Monday, March 28, 2011

Good News:

Ate a protein-packed breakfast.
Worked 10 hours (7am-5pm) today at my new job.
Packed my healthy lunch and snacks.
Drank 48 oz of water.
Walked approx. 3500 steps at work.

Bad News:

Didn't take a lunch break. Ate at my desk.
Too tired to exercise in order to meet my cardio goal for the day.
Made poor choices for after dinner snacks (ate icecream because I was tired).
Drank coffee instead of my last 16 oz of water.
Went way over my daily calorie allotment.

Good News:

Recognized that I NEED to take a lunch break on Mondays (perhaps walk around the block).
Realized that I HAVE to use my crock pot on Mondays to have dinner DONE when I get home.
Realized that Monday is a Coffee-LESS day in order to drink all 64 oz of water.
Decided to make Sunday a cardio day instead of Monday.
Changed my ST routine to Sunday instead of Monday.
This was the 1st time since I started tracking my food that I have gone this far over my daily caloric allotment.

I think the GOOD far out weighs the BAD news today...
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    And on the bright side you get to try to get those wrongs...right..tomorrow. :)
    2038 days ago
  • BELLE0308
    It is really great that you can recognize the good and bad and know what needs improvement. You are on the right track!!!
    2039 days ago
  • CAROLJ35
    But look at what you learned today~! You have done an excellent job of analyzing the situation and finding ways to remedy everything.
    Tomorrow will be better!!!

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    2039 days ago
    Absolutely! The good far outweighs the bad. You have really put thought into your day and making the best choices. I am deeply impressed and challenged to see if I can do the same for myself.
    2039 days ago
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