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Let's Try This Again

Tuesday, December 04, 2012

So yesterday was a bust, I am sorry to say. I didn't try very hard. My excuse is that my boss was not particularly happy with me so leaving my desk for an hour to go work out when I had to leave work early to begin with was not going to happen. Then I came home and hubby had McDonalds waiting for me. WHAT?! He never brings me McDonalds. Usually he'll buy a couple of sandwiches for himself and leave nothing for me which I'm fine with--I don't need the temptation. But yesterday he actually left me two sandwiches. Of course, I broke down and ate them and felt HORRIBLE afterwards. Like physically ill. I don't know why we do that to ourselves. It's unbelievable.

My husband can afford to eat crap. His metabolism is amazing. He ate 6 donuts on Sunday, McDonalds yesterday and still managed to lose 2lbs. I hate him. lol.

Some things I did do well yesterday, because you can't be successfull if all you focus on is the negative:
1. I watched my portions.
2. I blogged.
3. I tried to maintain a positive attitude even when the day got rough and, oh boy, did it get rough.

Today is a new day! Here is what I plan to do:

1. I will have time to go either to the gym or out for a jog at lunch. It's suppose to be close to 70 degrees again today so I think a jog is in order.

2. I will continue to watch my portions.

3. I will sit down and write out my goals for the month in a fitness calendar.

4. I will start tracking my caloric intake again--I used to be really good at this, now not so much.

5. Start putting up reminders that I will be going to Peru in February and I need to look AMAZING!

Thank you all for your support yesterday. I'll try to read more blogs today too. THAT definitely helps keep me motivated.

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Member Comments About This Blog Post:
CRYSTLE4HIMTX12 12/4/2012 10:08PM

    It is good that you can focus on the positive also. You are gonna rock this. Sometimes it just takes a bit to get your momentum back. emoticon

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    Ugh, men! emoticon

I think it's great to focus on the positive. It helps and I think you have set good, solid goals for yourself. I know you can reach them!

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REFFIE1 12/4/2012 9:05AM

    Great perspective looking for the positive in every day no matter what occurs. Good thing is a new day has arrived and it is a chance to do even better. Way to work the program! emoticon

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HEALTHYLU1 12/4/2012 7:16AM

    I hear you! I'm finding it difficult to be consistent right now and am generally frustrated. I think your idea on making a plan is a good one - because you can't undo what's been done. Good job! Hang in there!

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BLUENOSE63 12/4/2012 7:08AM

  Sounds like a great plan, you should calorie cycle twice a week to keep your metabolism guessing

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JGRAY76 12/4/2012 7:03AM

    Great blog and good example of someone who doesn't beat yourself up when you make a mistake. Way to go!!!

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