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Time to be Honest

Monday, June 27, 2011

Ok so I HAD been doing really really well then started slipping here and there but nothing huge. I have not been having the required fruit (and I LOVE fruit) for the past week or so...
What I have had is a migraine that has been with me since Sunday a week ago. I won't go to the ER during my days working and I am too selfish with my days off to go so I am stuck!

Last night I went to bed really early and woke up at an ungodly early hour. This did afford me the time to do some thinking (who can think with a migraine) and I realized how I have let myself slip. I have been losing 1lb a week or sometimes 2 or maybe none at all but I know that won't last if I don't get off this merry-go-round and get back on the track! I have some specific goals set and if I don't buckle down I will never meet them...In truth I secretly think the wheel knows I haven't been doing so good because I have been getting the worst spins possible for a solid 2 weeks...nothing above a 5!!!! They are watching emoticon

I need to go back to weighing and measuring ALL my food (a bag of chips no one sees you eat stills counts as calories in!) Planning all my meals and NOT stopping at the convience store after work in the morning for their yummy luscious sandwich...cause I never get just the sandwich and getting in my fruit! Oh Yeah and get rid of this stupid headache!!!!!
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  • GODDESS181
    I can so feel you! One slip and it's so easy to keep sliding. It's a new week and almost a new month. Re-light that Spark and let us hear what you are doing right next time!
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    2343 days ago
    Sorry you are dealing with a migraine. Boy, I can only imagine how tough it must be to function during the day @ work with a migraine.

    Hope it goes away soon . . . not to be found again!
    2433 days ago
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