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A Few Days Off

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

A few days off won't kill me. They may set me back on losing as quickly as I had planned to but that won't kill me.

When pay day rolls around once a month I tend to get with the junk food a little too much as I guess some people might think that is some thing bad. But I think of it as just a little set back . The sooner I get back on track the better it is. This time it took me 5 days, that is better then last time. So I feel pretty good about myself right now.

Feeling good about myself is a new thing for me. Before when I went off track I would put myself down and think bad about myself. Now I just let it slide. I had read an article about treating yourself like a friend and that is what I am doing. A friend makes misstates but we don't jump all over them and call them names. No we give them helpful advice and support them the best we can.

I am just as good as any friend I have and worth all the good things I can do to help myself. So I am going to take care of myself and support myself in this effort to get healthier.

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  • v HANDYV
    Great !!! As long as you are taking care of you - and not forgetting your goals.
    1479 days ago
  • v MISSG180
    I don't take "days off" because there is nothing that is ever prohibited for me to eat, if that's what I really want. Usually it isn't, but by not having a "good food. bad food" mentality, I don't set myself up to binge.
    1480 days ago
  • v SABLENESS
    Good attitude! My problem with days off is that they tend to spiral into more days off. I've just come out of a couple of those and am going to stay on track the rest of the week. The good thing about "bad" days is that they're not stopping us! emoticon
    1480 days ago
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