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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Does anyone else experience shame when adding BAD food into their nutritional tracker?

I was taken out to restaurants twice today! Denny's with my boss.... I got a Santa fe skillet, the picture looked pretty healthy. But there were lots of potatoes in it. I ate half of it. (the other half is calling my name from the fridge).

Then my hubby took me to a Mexican restaurant, Casa de Vega.... Oooohhh they have such good food! I got the queso fundido, which is basically a big bubbly mass of cheese melted over mushrooms. Heavenly!! But..... I ate a crap load of chips. And I had a margarita, but it was a jalapeņo one! I have never had one before! Almost no carbs. So, I had about 60 freaking carbs today. I am not having dinner. Tomorrow I will be an angel!! A low carb angel!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MECALISFIT 1/30/2013 1:47PM

    So glad I am not alone!!

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BEAUTIFUL_REINA 1/27/2013 4:00PM

    Me too. I think at some point we are going to have to decide if we actually want to lose weight or not.

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WOUBBIE 1/27/2013 9:34AM

    Yeah, hate adding bad things to the tracker. Check my beer entries from a couple months back....

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TEXASCHINAMUM1 1/26/2013 10:00PM

    I've had to do that for the last two days. I think it's good for the soul (and the waist) to totally admit to the "bad" foods. We are not going to have perfect days always, but to be able to admit it and not pretend it didn't happen is a good thing! Embrace it and do better tomorrow.

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CAGMUAHFO2 1/26/2013 9:56PM

    I hate hating bad food. I totally blew it today. I went to lunch with my mom to a mexican place. And then tonight on my date I blew it again. UUGGHH!! But tomorrow I will make much better choices!! emoticon

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