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Week 3 - Well...

Thursday, March 07, 2013

Well, Week 3 was rough, no huge binges or anything but, I ate out, had sushi, and just general did not do great. So, I am back up to:


But, that's why I am here, to pick myself up, dust myself off and re-focus on the task at hand. Part of my problem is that I don't do as well when my fridge is not stocked with all the wonderful healthy food I love. When I dwindle down to the last of my provisions and don't have time to replenish them, because of work or, in this case SNOW, I loose my way. So, the weather is better, time to get out and get all of those lovely fresh things I love to eat. The key is definitely to stay excited about food, just the RIGHT food.

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BECCAZEN7 3/8/2013 2:16AM

    emoticon Having a plan is crucial - but snow happens....what's a girl to do? Maybe you can make ahead some healthy meals that can be frozen and pull those out for when there are no other healthy alternatives? Just a thought.
Like you said, just brush yourself off and keep on going!
Missourians Team

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DUXGRL1 3/7/2013 9:42PM

    I know what you mean, just spent 2 days in a motel near work due to snow.I tried to plan, made some good choices, but also did some really stupid things for reasons unknown to me. I know all about that pick yourself up, dust yourself off thing, just had a serious talk with myself about that last night. That's what we have to do, because the alternative sucks!

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KELLYFIT123 3/7/2013 9:01AM

    I couldn't agree more. Planning is so important and having the right things on hand makes a huge difference. Good luck and emoticon !

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LABRATIAM 3/7/2013 6:02AM

    You are so right! emoticon emoticon

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