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Time to myself

Saturday, July 28, 2012

So lately, I have been forcing myself to stay in bed til at least 5am (usually up at 4). Next week I will probably be up at 4:30 because I will start my workouts again, but this weeks focus was and is getting my food in control. I have now 5 days without any unhealthy eating! For me that means no binging, no flour/sugar and weighing all my bites, licks, tastes nothing that I didnt put on the food scale. I am physically feeling much better. Since my last binges didnt contain flour/sugar I am not suffering from the sugar withdrawl, headaches, or hormonal rollercoaster caused by that specific "drug". I am hydrating like crazy, and peeing all the caffeine intake is up but i can live with that for right now.

This morning I am going yard saling by myself. Something my husband suggested as a way to have a little me time. I am taking him up on it and getting ready to leave the house, breakfast in hand. Its 5:54 and my 3yr old has already gotten out of her bed, saying she needs to potty. I took her, she went and then I put her back to bed. Hopefully, she will stay there, so im waiting to leave the house, not wanting to wake her.

Hope you all have a great weekend full of family, friends and clean eating :)
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    Proud of you for your week of clean eating!! It's so hard to stick with it sometimes, especially with kids I think, but you're nailing it! Good for you for taking a rest week. Sometimes it's what your body needs to get things leveled out.

    I'll still be around while I'm at the beach. I will have assignments and stuff that I couldn't turn in early, so I'll have my laptop with me.

    Enjoy your me time, and woo-hoo for your little one getting up to potty!!
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