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Developing good reflexes for stressful situations

Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Hello dear friends!
Just wanted to greet you after one small non-scale victory for me.

Like I said - I had a really tough day yesterday, and I started planning how to manage it already on monday.
To be quite honest, my planes failed a bit. It was all about food because I was about to desert my daily routine. So I carried some fruit from home, so I wouldn't be too hungry at some point and then afterwards savagely attack my plate. In the end, I didn't have the time to eat fruit because there was just so much work to do, but when it came to meals, they were placed somewhat ok through the day, and I didn't have the need or will or anything to eat too much.

At the end of the day, all calories were in order, I didn't eat too much, and even though I couldn't move when I came home so I didn't do my 10 daily minutes due to tiredness, I was still kind of ok with the situation. I plan to workout today, don't you worry. emoticon

Now I'm happy because of my discipline! It was definitely for the first time, and I'm not sure will it stick or not - but it worked for one day and maybe - probably - I could keep working on that. I'm not sure how well I can prepare for unexpected situations (like before few weeks when my car broke down and I was stuck for hours), but if anything - I'll try not to let those kind of situations set me back like they used to.

That's it from me for today! Keep up the good work guys, and stay positive! emoticon

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  • KA_JUN
    huzzah for small victories!
    1745 days ago
  • SISSIE21
    Hang in there! Every small step and overcoming a challenging day is worth celebrating! Just keep on keeping on! emoticon
    1745 days ago
    Good for you staying on track. Every small victory gets you one step closer to your goals. Keep up the good work!
    1745 days ago
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