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Binge - now comes the guilt...

Sunday, October 14, 2012

After a really great weekend last weekend, where I was active, engaged and healthy, I totally binged the last few days. I guzzled nearly 2 bottles of wine last night (after a bottle the night before...), then of course ate frozen pizzas.

Now, I know that the wine alone was about 1200 calories, which is what I'm supposed to get in a day.

No wonder I am overweight.

And y'know, I really think it would help if I had some friends to do stuff with. Since I've moved, I haven't met any one. I am alone almost all the time - which is fine, I am a solitary creature. But - I do miss my friends, and last weekend in the city with my old friends and my boyfriend was so good. I walked, like, 10 km. I jogged. I didn't drink. I ate wholesome food...

Ah well.

Anyway - feeling disgusting and beating myself up won't undo what I already put into my system. So, I am going to do the next right thing.

I'm drinking Perrier with lemon. I had fruit for breakfast. And I'm going to remember to take my multivitamin!

Also - I'm going to hit the gym today for a little workout :)
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  • GOODRIN
    You have such a positive attitude to ROCK the day after. Have fun at the gym, and maybe you will meet someone new :)
    1502 days ago
  • JAKESOMA
    I agree with CAPECODBABE let it go and don't try to make up for it just move on. We all have bad days some of us have had bad years! emoticon
    Just pick up and go on we can do this! emoticon emoticon
    1511 days ago
  • CAPECODBABE
    Yesterday is over.

    Today is a new day and you sould like you have a great plan and motivation.

    emoticon emoticon Good Luck emoticon emoticon
    1511 days ago
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