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Oh, food! Too good, too bad

Monday, December 17, 2012

Eating reasonably is the hardest part of losing weight for me! It's only too easy to rationalize a poor choice, then work myself into a tizzy over making a bad choice, which leads to worse choices. It is frustrating. I did not eat well over the weekend. Today I did ok.

I did exercise everyday over the weekend though, which doesn't compensate for my poor food choices, but does demonstrate continued effort. I will keep working at this!

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  • v LEMONLYMAN1
    You'll get there, not everyday is going to be a good day, and we all have those moments I assure. At some point though you will see that the good outweigh the bad, and the progress you make will help you keep going. Also props to still working out everyday. It may not make up for your choices, but at least you were out there doing something. That's what matters. Keep going you'll get back on track! emoticon
    1349 days ago
  • v BOOKAPHILE
    It's a learning process like any other skill. You learn, you practice, you may fall down, you get back up and try again. Repeat until the skill is acquired. Eventually you WILL put all the pieces together. Every time I fall I learn something that helps me get farther next time.

    So you fall in one instance.... don't beat yourself up. Just start again from where you are when you realize you made the poor choice.

    Great job still exercising! Very good that today was an OK day rather than a continuation of the choices you don't like. You're making progress, Emily.

    Baby steps here become surer steps later. I see cause for encouragement. You are doing this during a very hard time of year to make only good choices. You are thinking! You can do this!
    1350 days ago
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