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ugh....i just have no control

Wednesday, May 08, 2013

My whole day is planned out, but what do I do? Head to the teachers lounge full of treats and eat a Twix bar. UGGGGHHHHHHHHHH.

Why? Don't know. Now I'm full and feel like the whole day is lost, even though the rest of my eating today has been great. I know I feel like this because my "treat" was the chips and salsa I had for a snack today, so the unplanned chocolate makes me feel like a failure.

And now I'm overstuffed....


Chicken tacos are for dinner tonight. I guess I'll be eating them without the shells to account for the Twix. Taco salad instead, with salsa and lemon juice dressing.

I ran 3 miles this morning with my class during Physical Education and hurt my knee. I'm hoping this is just a twinge because my race is in 3 weeks. Am supposed to run 3 more this afternoon but don't know if I should just rest the knee. And now it's raining too.

Waa waa waa...none of the above are real problems, just whining today. Thanks for listening.

Hope you are all having a good day.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MOM_VICKI 5/9/2013 8:57AM

    Don't sweat the twix - the 3 miles your ran took care of that :)

I hope your knee feels better soon and you're able to keep up on your training. Just make sure you take care of it now and don't push it or it could get worse.

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HOLLYM48 5/8/2013 6:03PM

    emoticon emoticon

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NEELIXNKES 5/8/2013 3:26PM

    Try not to punish yourself too much for grabbing the twix. No it isn't a habit you want to get into, but one twix bar isn't the end of the road for you.

Maybe try a walk tonight instead of the run and see how the knee feels?

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JTREMBATH 5/8/2013 3:21PM

    hope you enjoy the rest of the day.

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