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Time to Regroup and Restart Again

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Yesterday was not a good day for me at all. I worked Thursday night as usual and Friday started my weekend off. Already had plans to visit my inlaws and cook for them as my mother-in-law has some very bad health issues. I started my day on only 3 hours sleep, didn't track or pay attention to what I ate. Also waited too long to eat and was unfortunately very hungry when I did eat. Needless to say I ate NO vegetables or fruits at all . NOT GOOD. Also knew my blood glucose would probably be very elevated, so I didn't check it. Didn't work out even 10 minutes. Was working toward the goal of doing something every day this week. Made it until yesterday. Going to walk today, so at least that will be 6 out of 7 days.

Praying today will be a better day. Going to spend the day with my sister and try to get her started on spark. She is not as big as I am, but for health issues, could stand to lose at least a little. That will be a little more incentive to keep me on track.

I really appreciate this site and will continue to use it in a positive way. THANKS to everyone on here for the motivation to keep going.
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    Thanks everyone. One good thing this morning, my fasting glucose was 145. Still high, but not nearly as bad as I feared it would be. emoticon
    1732 days ago
    Glad you are back on track. We all have to skip days for various reasons. Glad you will have your sister on board!
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    1732 days ago
    I hear you, but don't beat yourself up. Been there, done that! You have the right idea to get right back on track......good luck.
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