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I am mad at myself!

Thursday, January 31, 2013

I am so mad at myself.
Yesterday, I was running right thought lunch, got home at 6 pm.

I did not have lunch nor did I stop for lunch because I did not want to be tempted by fast food junk. And I know that they have salads and other healthy things on the menu but, really , it is still the lour of the big mac or the whopper that I was afraid of.
Anyway, I had a beef stew in the crock pot that I was looking forward to. I measured out 1 cup of stew, had a pillsbury biscuit, but I thought I knew that 1 cup of elbows was about 80 cals.
WRONG! I shall have checked my cal guide or sparkpeople to correct myself! Later that night, I found out that I eat 800 cal! I have never eaten that many calories in one sitting since I have been on SP! if I had added elbow to my meal planner, I would have adjusted or not eaten it a lot!


Moral of this story : never assume, always 2x ck! emoticon
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  • SLIMSUEC12
    Anger adds pounds. Love sheds them. emoticon
    235 days ago
  • DJ4HEALTH
    It happens and just learn from it. emoticon emoticon
    1404 days ago
  • SLIMINMIND
    thanks to all of you. It is so important to know that I am not alone!


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    1405 days ago
  • RONNIEHUEY
    One day at a time.One mistake isn't going to ruin you.Start over today. emoticon
    1405 days ago
  • BARBIE042
    Today is a new day and we all learn from our mistakes and that is in the past now , and you are back on track today : )
    We all have those days from time to time so your not alone ...... Hang in there !

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    1405 days ago
  • EREBECCA
    You're doing great. We all splurge sometimes (intentionally or otherwise) - keep going and just push yourself harder tomorrow if you feel you need to.
    1405 days ago
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