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COXBETH
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Short and unsatisfying...

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

...I'm talking about the quality of this post people, get your heads out of the gutter!

I'm in an emotional tailspin right now. Not sure what possessed me to think that wouldn't lead to a less than successful eating plan yesterday, but I was wooed away from healthful choices with a long, drawn out campaign that went like this:

Hubs: Hey! Do you want to go out to the gym together or do you want to go out to eat together and try a new restaurant?

Me: I NEED GOOD FOOD AND A COCKTAIL.

So, yeah, today we have plans to go to the gym together at 5:30pm and try to work off some of the damage from last night, which you can see cataloged on my food tracker (link on the main part of my sparkpage if you want the dirty details, there's even notes!).

I'm not-winning at work today (as I did yesterday - I think it's some sort of reaction to having such a huge win on Monday) and I'm not-winning at some personal life planning stuff, but I will not lose at eating healthy and working out. So 1 out of 3 is better than none out of three.

Sigh. Spark on, even if it's a tiny tiny little light.
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  • v JUMPINJULIE
    Like you said one is better than none. emoticon
    1321 days ago
  • v CATTUTT
    Aw, sorry to hear you're not having the greatest couple of days. Hope you had a good workout and are feeling much better!

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    1322 days ago
  • v SADWHITEWOLF
    Can't help it, my mind goes there without my consent!

    1 out of 3 is still a win. The rest will fall into place too! emoticon
    1322 days ago
  • v KONOHA-NIN
    Good job on focusing on the positive 1/3 - keep it up! Hopefully at least you enjoyed your dinner out at the new restaurant. :)
    1322 days ago
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