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Breakfast with Santa!

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Went to Breakfast with Santa Saturday with the grandkids, my daughter and my parents. We had a nice time. They did story telling and showed Peanut christmas movies. We had fun!

However, I went a little overboard at the breakfast. I had pancakes and bacon! My favorites. I didn't eat a whole stack but I had enough. It cost me too. Got on the scale this morning and my weight in for the week was a gain of .6 lbs which I'm not going to complain about. I can work that off. I had fun with my grandkids and family! I was back on board for the remainder of the day and back on board today!

I'm learning that we all slip every now & then, splurge every now & then BUT know when to STOP! Don't just go over the cliff because of one meal or a one day splurge! Get back on that horse!

I use to have the mentality to say to myself, well you ate too much so you might as well blow it and forget the diet! Don't think like that anymore. Can't afford it! I may have messed up with one meal but I've got plans! I have an ultimate goal to meet! So get my butt back in gear which is what I did for lunch & dinner yesterday.

We have to keep moving forward. I'm going to keep trying until I reach my goal!!

Have a blessed successful week!

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    you are so right and there's nothing crazy wrong with "treatin" yourself every now and then................... just not all day and everyother day.....LOL.... You know what you are doing and it really shows.... LOOK AT YOUR SUCCESS WOMAN !!! ....
    You are going at a record pace and doing marvelous and it shows !!

    1914 days ago
  • THOMS1
    In the old days If I slipped I would have had a real binge but, I have learned something in the 4 years that I have been a member of spark and that doesn't happen anymore. If I slip I put whatever it was into my nutrition tracker and work around it. emoticon
    1917 days ago
    As you said, sometimes we all slip a little but we just have to start over again and do our best. emoticon emoticon
    1917 days ago
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