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Today I decided to 'give up'...

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

...but only just for today.
I need to let go of stress at the moment and one of those was how I was constantly eating the wrong stuff this week.
Obsessing over it hasn't helped - it's made it worse. So just for this afternoon, I decided to not track and just eat what I wanted.

I know that tomorrow I will get back to tracking. I trust myself enough to take a tiny break in order to be able to start again afresh.

Thank you for all the kind words and goodies. I haven't had a great week (so far!) but your support has truly helped me keep going.

I'm off to try and relax with a soothing cup of sleep tea and a bit of crafting before bed.
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  • v BLUEKITTYJAN
    Track everything good or bad. No one else is looking and you might learn what you do when you have "mistakes". I track whether I eat junk or not. I don't beat myself up when I goof off. I eat well most of the time. Good luck. Don't allow stress over what you eat. This is a lifestyle not a diet. You can eat everything in moderation. emoticon
    1228 days ago
  • v ENDERLI
    Yes, step back...don't stress...
    Better to reset and move forward, than resent the past.

    We've been thinking of you. Hope things are getting better.

    1229 days ago
  • v NAYKNITS
    good for you for identifying stress & making a plan to release some of it! One step at a time, my friend. emoticon
    1229 days ago
  • v TERESA6262
    I SO get it. Sometimes, you just need a break to stay sane. I think the idea of of an ETERNITY of restraint, makes up give up for good. However, a little break, and then getting going again can keep you from going bonkers! (just get back in that saddle ASAP!)
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    1229 days ago
  • v CANDICE293
    Feel better! emoticon
    1229 days ago
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