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the aftermath of a binge, sorta

Sunday, February 24, 2013

I was unsettled yesterday, and slighting off my day. The night past, and I woke up to a sunday that could have been great, but I need to rescue. I didn't binge persay, I just ate breakfast , a little bit of that, of this and when I totaled my calories, I was way over budget. Plus, I opted to stay in bed and read instead of going to the gym, so I am down steps for the day.. but the best way to get over a misstep is to step right. I made a large salad of healthy greens, various colorful veggies and some lean protien. I am sparking, to rescue the day.

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NORASPAT 2/25/2013 4:01PM

    Keep your rescue foods close at hand so you can binge on rescue food instead of unhealthy choices. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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PYNETREE 2/25/2013 9:23AM

    emoticon Oh Kate too!
Yesterday I started off with too many calories for breakfast, helped into higher numbers by indulging in an Almond Danish when my cousin visited. Then at lunch, i gave in to hubby's idea of a cream soup, topped off by a dinner of Shrimp, pasta, AND bread, followed by Birthday Cake! I was about 300 calories Over my high limit (1500) for the day. And my blood glucose number this morning is the highest it has been in YEARS.
So, I too am atoning for yesterdays Sins! emoticon

Hope you have a good healthy week! Let's SPARK February out of here!

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FITANDFIFTY2 2/25/2013 12:54AM

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DAZZEEDOO 2/24/2013 5:50PM

    Good for You for picking yourself up, and gettin' back to it.

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LANAHAUTH21 2/24/2013 5:29PM

  Always remember that tomorrow in another day.

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