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BPENDLETON90
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Ugh !

Sunday, April 08, 2012

I have not blogged or done *anything* since March 30th. I'm such a loser. (No, not really.. I KNOW!!!) I've really slipped this week. I mean, I haven't ate as horrible as I'm probably making it out to be, but I just feel unhealthy again. I have been doing a lot of unhealthy snacking (no matter how small the portion size may be) .. I haven't been eating vegetables or drinking enough water. I probably haven't had vegetables going on a week now and I'm normally only drinking 1 bottle of water throughout the entire day Monday-Friday and no water on the weekends... A big no-no. Ugh, I feel so retarded.. that's why I called myself a loser.. I'm totally sucking right now. Hopefully, I'll start out next week better... UGH. I weigh-in on Wednesday, I'm really dreading it. :(
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  • v CLARKA6
    Pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start again- today! You still have 2 days before your weigh-in to get back on track and take some steps toward progress. Don't give up!
    1601 days ago
  • v NEPTUNE1939
    FRIENDOFBACH is correct, a new day is what keeps us going forward even though we may have taken several steps back - that's life! What we can do in the morning is change our mind set as after all we can be the Captain of our own life. No Captain would intentionally chart a course into a hazard zone. My hazards were sweets and many packaged processed foods. I now steer clear of those obstacles that will eventually destroy my life.

    You can too with the right "mind set" - Have a great Easter - its a good day to say good-bye to hazards, your friend, Earl
    1602 days ago
  • v FRIENDOFBACH
    Welcome back! Remember that every day is a new day. Just forget the past.
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    1602 days ago
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