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Entry Six: Stumbling Blocks

Sunday, April 21, 2013

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On friday, I took my sister up to the MVD to take her drivers test. It went well. She passed with flying colors and got her license. My family was excited too. They decided to celebrate with pizza. Yeah, pizza. I regret to inform that I joined in the festivities and partook of said pizza. Not within moderation either.

It didn't come as any surprise to me when reluctantly hopped on the scale the next day and discovered that I couldn't escape the results of my indulgences. I had put on a full pound just over night. I was a little frustrated of course, but I expected it.

Instead of feeling bad, I decided to work hard the next couple of days to take that pound off again.This morning when I weighed I found that I had been successful. The pound is gone. Now it's time for me to continue again on the right path.
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    You can enjoy the pizza with everyone else - and you made some smart decisions about how to handle it. Get back up and take it back off.
    1282 days ago
    I wouldn't sweat the one pound. Bodies naturally fluctuate up to 5 lbs a day, and most of that weight is probably sodium. It will come off soon!
    1283 days ago
    Way to go! We all have to splurge sometimes & that sounds like it was something to celebrate! Fantastic job that you got right back on track!
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    1283 days ago
  • JOHGLO2011
    1283 days ago
    You came through it with flying colors! You are back on track so you can count it as a success! Congratulations; you have done very well!
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    1283 days ago
    Good for you. You can't change the past, but you are in control of all future choices!

    Good luck!
    1283 days ago
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