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50 days binge free

Monday, October 08, 2012

I'm the first to admit I do not have all the answers even though a lot of my friends think I do. When I was successful with my weight loss everyone wanted to know what I did and how I succeeded. I was happy to share but by the time I told everyone about low carbing and not eating emotionally I was back on the starve binge roller coaster.

I felt like a fraud and it really stressed me out. I know I could be a good coach and motivator but I need to learn to control myself first. I am now in the midst of working on several aspects. Mostly emotional.

I enjoy my exercise but miss swimming (stopped when I couldn't fit into my new costume and the old one literally disintegrated). My goal is to fit back into my swimming costume.

I was sick in bed with high fever yesterday and into this morning then I was ok again, I guess it was some sort of virus. It stopped me from exercising yesterday but I made up for it tonight. I will put insanity off till next week and continue with Tae Bo this week as I like doing a week from Sunday- Sat with Insanity,

My body deserves more respect and I want to eat not only healthy foods (which I do most of the time) but enough to satisfy hunger and not as much as I eat because of mindless eating.

I'm sure proud of myself I did 50 days and hoping I can continue this streak. At 42 days I did 2 streaks according to Living Binge Free 21 days streak. I'm working on completing a third streak.

As Billy Blanks says find your power within.
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  • v EXERTIGER
    I hope you feel better. Congrats on the binge free.
    1415 days ago
  • v KIMBOLEAN
    Good for you...it's not easy to not binge...so kudos to you...may we all learn to mindful in what we eat... emoticon
    1415 days ago
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