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Those days when you just can't get full..

Saturday, January 19, 2013

So I had one of those days today. I ate my normal breakfast and it didn't do it so I ended up eating some cream of wheat with bacon. Didn't mess up my calories too bad but then I was full-blown hungry again by 11. So I ate my normal amount for lunch earlier than normal and again it didn't do it for me. But I was out of food at work so at about 12:30, a co-worker was going to Burger King. I should have never even looked at the menu and just dealt with the hunger, which I think was brought on by stress, but instead I looked at the stupid menu and had her pick me up a couple things. The worst part is, she was almost back to work when she finally checked her phone and seen my text so I wish she had just come back and said sorry, she seen the text too late but she is way too good to me and went back just for me. Bummer, that extra food would have saved my calorie intake for the day. So then I had dinner when I got home, not too bad calorie-wise but pushed me over because of the Burger King. But dinner also didn't fill me up so I ate again. All in all, at the end of the day I ended up going almost 500 calories over my intake limit, first bad day in a week :( Oh well, I did get a good workout in tonight at least. Getting over it and moving on to tomorrow. I WILL do better tomorrow and I have a great workout planned for tomorrow as well.
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  • CANDOK1260
    yes emoticon just make tommrrow a fresh start
    1346 days ago
  • AURORAMILLET
    Sometimes drinking more water helps with feeling full..

    Take one day at a time!!!
    1349 days ago
  • PINKEUROGIRL
    Forget about that day and move on. We all get days like that.You got this!
    1351 days ago
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