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JEETSA
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Sometimes you fall down...

Monday, January 07, 2013

And that is what I did tonight :( I really struggled with eating and went over my calorie limit. One upside is that I didn't go crazy, when I thought I was on my way to my "binge state" I came up to bed. I am now ready to forget about the day, pick myself back up and have a great week!
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  • v SHARONA_P
    It was a slip up and you recognized that you didn't have to keep going so congratulate yourself for that. just noticing our bad choices is one way to make better choices in the future. great job. there is no reason to wait till tomorrow to make a better choice when we can do it right now. :)
    1298 days ago
  • v JEETSA
    Thank you sooo much everyone! See? This is why you join SP :) I am right back on track today, eating within calorie range and working out! Thanks for the support, I needed it!
    1299 days ago
  • v TEDYBEAR2838
    You did great. it's not being perfect it's dusting yourself off and staying
    on the journey
    1299 days ago
  • v AME4IT
    I'm proud of you for admitting you had a rough day, avoiding a binge, and allowing yourself to recover from it. Way to go!
    1299 days ago
  • v LOSE2CRUIZE
    Don't sweat it!! One calorie spike out of a week isn't going to throw your results off.. and I don't think you fell down at all. You actually did the opposite!! This whole challenge is breaking out of your regular habits, and that is exactly what you did! You knew what old you would do, and new you stopped it. And stopping a food binge is a huge step towards success!
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    1299 days ago
  • v DEEKAPPLE1
    It happens to all of us. Don't let one slip be a slide. Keep up the great work!
    1299 days ago
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