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100 lbs. In 300 Days - Day Thirty-two

Friday, October 26, 2012

Day 32...

Oh... where to start? The beginning will do, I guess. I had originally planned to give myself the day off after accomplishing a month of behaving myself, diet-wise. Well, I thought, I will not count calories, but I will not go crazy either. I made it until the late afternoon and I went crazy. I am not going to write down all of the things I ate. Suffice it to say that I went way over my calories. Ha. But that isn't all that happened. I. Felt. Like. Poo. Oh my goodness. I felt bad emotionally. I felt bad physically. I felt bad all the way around.

I have spent most of today trying to recover from yesterday. I have learned some things though, that I will share with you. Sugar makes my joints hurt. Processed food is ADDICTIVE. I'm not kidding you. All those flavor enhancers make a person shout out a Rebel Yell: More! More! More! And boy did I indulge. I will be cooking a lot more from now on. I mean, I normally cook a lot, but I'm really thinking about trying to get away from ANYTHING pre-packaged that I can make for myself, and I'm considering ditching all restaurants with the exceptions of the few that I know of that make the food from scratch. My favorite local restaurant like this is Virgil's Cafe in Bellvue, Kentucky. That place is soooo awesome.

So, no exercise yesterday, just excess. Blah.

Hope your day was super fantastic.

Peace and blessings,

This is what I look like on those days when I over-indulge....
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    Try getting all the crap out of the house. Donate it to a food drive for victims of Sandy or something. I keep hard-boiled eggs, soaked almonds, and individual portions of organic humus in the house for when I absolutely MUST EAT SOMETHING RIGHT NOW.
    1973 days ago
    Stay strong! emoticon
    1974 days ago
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