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Bad night...

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

So I did AMAZING all day yesterday. I went for a walk. I did 70 squats. I only did 1 set of push ups though. I ate really good. Then I decided to watch some TV with my husband in the evening. I just could not shake my cookie craving. I was on the lower end of my calories for the day so I decided to just give in and have 2 cookies. Well, unfortunately it was a bad call. I ended up having 5! To make it worse after that I decided to have some chips and salsa. I justified it in my brain because they are veggie and flaxseed tortilla chips from Trader Joes. Yeah, that would have been great except I definitely did not eat one serving... emoticon I put it all in my tracker to see the damage. I was about 200 calls over my range...

Well, today's a new day....
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    200 isnt bad! When I have a bad day its usually 1,000's! Hello, alcohol! haha

    Today is a new day! Kick its ass!
    1801 days ago
    Yup, it's great to be able to start over with a nw day. Going over by 200 calories is not that bad, it's really only one extra snack. I always have a harder time at night. emoticon
    1802 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/17/2013 8:38:37 PM
    You're right, today is a new day. You did the right thing by tracking and you can start new today.
    1802 days ago
    You had an awesome day! Way to go! One tiny mistake doesn't scrap the entire day. Look at all of the hard work that you put in to yesterday! That is awesome! Today is a new day and I know that you can accomplish great things! Hang in there!
    1802 days ago
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    1802 days ago
    Welcome to a new day. Put it beside you, keep going. We all slip up from time to time. Where you go from that is what matters!
    1802 days ago
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