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Mind over Pizza

Sunday, April 07, 2013

(Read this blog as if I was writing it on April 6th, not today's date, thanks!)

How did I do today?
Well if a healthy person were to look at my food choices, they probably wouldn't approve. :(


There's so much going on behind the scenes than what's in my food and fitness trackers.
The choices I make
The choices I make to follow through with my personal fastbreak goals
And that's what happened today

Every Saturday, my Grandma brings pizza from the restaurant she works at.
Man alive I'll tell ya-
this week's pizza was my FAVORITE kind of pizza of ALL TIME!!
It's the pizza that people call burnt but it's where the cheese on top is overdone.

And it just so happens that my goals for this week were no fast food- including my grandma's pizza!

I saw it and I almost cried!
Ok, not really but tears were about to prick my eyes because the pizza was RIGHT THERE in front of my face!

So I put it away in the freezer- out of sight out of mind right?
I chose a decent lunch and hadn't eaten for quite a few hours (dangerous I know!)
As you can guess, I was pretty hungry for dinner and that pizza in the freezer was calling my name!!!

But guess what?
I didn't have ANY!!
Normally I would've been oh well, I'll have it tomorrow's a new day
But I know that if I caved in then I would've let myself down-again
I would've done the same thing, starting strong but then blowing it

Now I know that if I can resist my FAVORITE pizza, then I can accomplish even more than I thought.


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    Woohoo! Great job resisting! I wish that I were doing as well! I need to be walking!
    1450 days ago
  • NYGK22
    That was me tonight, with the key lime pie I made for my boy. I had one teeny taste and continued on with my grapes. Felt AMAZING to take that one bite and continue to stand by my meal plan instead of indulging myself in an entire piece. emoticon
    1450 days ago
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