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Learning to say No

Saturday, February 23, 2013

So this week has not been the greatest for me eating healthy,but I have also done well considering how I was a few months back! I was going to my sisters yesterday and I kept saying "I am going to pig out, I just know it" I did enjoy 2 oreos and a glass of wine. But i also turned down other tempting things that she was offering me,like debbie cakes and candies. I enjoyed my treats,and now I keep pressing on. Then today we went to my mother in laws and she was offering me hershey kisses,and I said NO! This is a big deal for me,because before i would never turn chocolate or bakery down! So i have not made the healthiest choices this week in my foods,but I am learning to say NO! And I am happy about that. It is little things like that,they add up and soon the results will show!

I saw on fb today one of my old school friends was down 87lbs! someone had asked her what she recommends. She answered...DONT GIVE UP!! KEEP GOING EVEN WHEN YOU HAVE BAD DAYS...AND YOU WILL...JUST DONT GIVE UP! I feel that is my motto right now. Yes this week has not been the greatest for me,i have had cookies, mocha drinks, pizza,and other things,but i will not quit!
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  • v GODS_TEMPLE
    That was a great job...saying NO to your mother-in-law!
    1247 days ago
  • v SWANATOPIA
    Your friend had great advice! I have had horrible weeks in rows but not giving up is KEY!

    You are doing such a good job! Keep it up.... emoticon
    1247 days ago
  • v JULESJET
    Good for you! That is quite an accomplishment!
    And your old friend has some very useful advice!
    1247 days ago
  • v DLDROST
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    1247 days ago
  • v CKSCARBERRY1
    Don't let one back slide derail you!
    1247 days ago
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