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The Saturday Eating Challenge... eek!

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Hi everyone..

I hope you all have had a good weekend, and for those of you in the path of the storm, that you are all safe and well...

I did not have the best day for eating yesterday. DH and I went out for breakfast..eggs, bacon, home fries and rye toast. I skipped the fries, but ate the toast & bacon. I didn't feel too bad, as I have been very good lately, and was allowing the meal as a small reward..

Where it went south was: We stopped at our best friends in the afternoon...where she put out pistachios..yup! Then nachos and cheese..yup! Then ordered pizza...with cocktails (with diet pop)...yup!! Well, I ate some nuts (tried not to have a lot).. had some nachos (again, tried to only have a few).. I had 2 small squares of pizza...not a great day for the diet..

But, rather than the old patterns of "beating myself up"' I can say.. that I still can see the positive changes I have made. I showed a moderation that I would never have shown in the past. I would have made sure I thoroughly enjoyed all of these favorites!!

This time, it was have some, but I didn't have to go crazy.. So, that in itself feels good :) And, back on track today..

Keep on Keeping ON..you're my inspiration!!

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  • v DOINITRIGHT2012
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    1341 days ago
  • v JUSTLYN1964
    Good job Paula!!! You're so on the right track! emoticon
    1341 days ago
  • v PARKSCANADA
    Sometimes it's so easy to get caught up in the details that we miss the big picture. Congrats on recognizing the positive steps you have made, not beating your self up and continuing your healthy journey in the right direction!
    1341 days ago
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