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Wow, feels so good!

Friday, March 22, 2013

Yesterday was a very stressful day. A very good friend of my had her last day at work with us. We ordered out lunch and had cake. I did eat the sandwhich with no mayo but skipped the chips. I also chose a VERY small piece of cake and took off the frosting. So those choices were better than they would have been before making up my mind that this was for good. After work we got together for drinks at a mexican restaurante. Another rough situation! But I ordered as good as possible from the menu and skipped the chips and dip! No exercise was accomplished. Today I'm back at it. Usually I would be punishing myself for a high calorie day, but not this time. I now realize and understand that this stuff is all part of life. I will be faced with health decisions every day. And as long as I'm making good decisions I've got to be proud of that, and wow it feels so good!
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  • v SMARGED
    emoticon on writing your first blog!

    I love your attitude! emoticon Keep on and you can be sure you'll see results!


    1195 days ago
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  • v TOPCAT93
    have a good day good luck
    1195 days ago
  • v GK1963
    Thanks for a lesson that we can all use.
    1195 days ago
  • v LUCKY1964
    Kudo's!!!!!!! That is a wonderful outlook to have about your day. We sometimes are our worst critic and we beat ourselves up to the point of bowing out and giving up over small things that we have to deal with. You made a few wonderful choices and you didn't let your weight loss journey effect your social life or make you feel like you had to be a outsider looking in. We all need a attitude like this to make our journey long lasting and worth while. MAJOR PROPS!!!!
    1195 days ago
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