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Don't make the day a complete loss

Tuesday, August 07, 2012

okay I admit it i was horrible today and did all the no no's in the book. It was hard for me even to log on let alone add my foods to the tracker. I was horrible today! I have reasons but do they really matter? Everyone has bad days, whatever the reason. The fact remains that I messed up.

I went over my calories and it's only 6:15 pm. What if I get hungry again then what? Then I will pick something that will not add to what I have already accumulated in calories like a carrot or an apple.

Sometimes you have to pat yourself on the back because you are here again. It would have been easy to walk away and wait another week then start over, but I didn't. I logged on every embarrassing calorie to my tracker and moved on. I may not see a weight loss at the end of the week but I may not have added on any either. The point is to go forward. Keep plugging along and get back on track. If I can do it anyone can, I didn't even complete a week yet.

Stick with it and track your foods and weight, even if you mess up a day don't mess up your life for it. GET BACK ON TRACK

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  • v FENWAYGIRL18
    Taking accountability on a bad day is something to be proud of, like you said we all have them and facing it head on is the key to our success!
    Be proud of yourself for coming on tracking and getting everything off of your chest , you'll do better for it.....
    Good Luck on your journey!
    1418 days ago
  • v AUNTB63
    emoticon not so much the over eating, but your attitude is spot on. Yes we all have days like this. Some of us don't continue moving forward from here, but than there is you......already to move forward. Today is almost in the past and tomorrow YOU will do much better. emoticon
    1418 days ago
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