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Mind Games

Friday, August 31, 2012


My brain tells me at the end of the day that I haven't had enough to eat, even though my nutritional goals have been met it still says I need more. Last night I binged, it wasn't terribly bad but enough to get me discouraged and feeling guilty.

This wasn't so hard two months ago, but now it has become a major challenge.

I'll try to stay focused and positive and know that this is long term, this is forever.

A rare slip up will happen.

Needed a bit of a vent today!


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    My last meal in the evening is usually a fruit. Dinner is @ 5:00, gives it time to digest before I go to bed. That's basically why they say not to eat your big meals late. I have several friends and family that don't eat until 8pm. Then they complain about stomach problems. Hmmmm........ emoticon

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IMREITE 9/1/2012 3:04AM

    i don't know why i can't stay so focused on my goals. if i am in a very structured environment i do better, but i have been weakening on my willpower.

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    One thing that I have learned in my journey is that feeling guilty does more damage than good. Start each day anew. You have made choices in the past, but they need not be the choices you make today.

You are absolutely right: everyone slips up. I think I must slip up every day. However, as long as you can forgive yourself and know that today is a new day, you will surprise yourself in how it will lead to amazing sucess! :)

Congrats on your progress so far!

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SILLYLILME 8/31/2012 10:42AM

  I save my last meal for about 8 p.m. at night. That is when I totally get the hungries. I know "alot" of people say you shouldn't eat at night but it works for me and temptation is gone.

Good luck!!

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