off course but getting back to it!

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Well I have been off the diet for a few days now because saturday i went to a bachorelette party and drank to much. and a hangover eating fruit and veggies is not very tempting so i didnt eat that well and we didnt have much in the fridge this week and today was the only day to get to the store. but now my fridge is full again and i can start my diet back up tomorrow! i have noticed since i havent been eating good for the last few days that i am tired and i feel ucky again. i am starting become lazy and over thinking things again and getting stressed. the past week that i did the diet i felt great waking up and didnt feel like puking and i felt like i slept great all night and was energetic and cleaning and doing laundry and playing and working out and losing weight and just feel great! now i started to eat some meat and some junk food and i instantly feel ucky again... I know the plant based diet is the right for me because of the way that i felt... i now that i have to go to the wedding in a few weeks and everyone is going to drink but i am not going to drink because i drank to much at the bachorelette party and it made me fall off course a tad bit so i think i dont drink at all i will stay on course... I know i can do this and i am going to workout of the gazelle a bit tonight to ge me in that mood again. I know i just get up and workout tonight then tomorrow i will feel great and eat great! its so weird that if you treat the body good you feel good! the weird part is is that it took 23 years for me to figure that out!
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    i have not gained a pound in over a year.

    i gave up sugar and grain products and lost 44 pounds at age 61.

    my sister lost 105 pounds at age 63 by walking 15000 steps a day and has not gained a pound back either in over a year

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