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115 days

Monday, February 27, 2012

115 days until my goal. And the weekend was a setback. I posted mid last week saying "yay I was down another 1.5 pounds" which was silly... I checked in midweek and I shouldn't have. Then Friday night we had dinner at a friends place... I politely indulged... Saturday evening we went for drinks and appetizers for a friends birthday... I indulged... Sunday, since I had the bad food juices flowing through my veins, I was craving bad foods and relented... ate mindlessly. And this morning on the scale I paid for it.

Up a pound from last week. ( up 3 pounds since mid last week ). I told myself this morn...ugh... ok well it's just all the junk "still in me" ... I'm probably really still 271 ... I'll just not post my weight this morning and weigh myself again tomorrow.

yeah... denial... un-accountability.

So here I am truthfully saying I was going to lie about my weight to my online health management people hahahah. It's amazing the things our brain convince us to do.

Again, baby steps. Not going to beat myself up, just going to press forward. Can't change yesterday, but I can change today.


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    haha yes you're right. A good friend used to say "if you sit in a barber's chair.. you're going to get a haircut" ...

    My family knows.. haven't really shared it with friends. That being said I'm the first person that knows that I'm the only that can control myself... and I have to be the one to make good choices. Can't leave it up to family and friends to babysit me :) I know that's not what you're suggesting haha but you know what I mean ..

    2035 days ago
    Sounds like you are putting yourself into too many tempting situations. Do your friends/family know about your goal to lose weight? Maybe they would suggest more diet friendly places if so.
    2035 days ago
  • AJB121299
    good luck this week. take one week at a time
    2035 days ago
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