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My Last mistake

Monday, May 20, 2013

I ate a piece of Peanut Butter pie, I did not regret it, I did not feel guilty, I got right back on program with my Nutrtion and my Fitness. emoticon

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ALAINEBUG 6/29/2013 12:48AM

    "My Last Mistake" wow!! You would be hard pressed to find stronger words on this site. I don't know how far you have come on this journey, but it is obvious from this blog that you are on the right path, with the right mindset. You have arrived.

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CHERIRIDDELL 5/21/2013 12:14AM

    You are allowed occasional treats it was a piece Edna not the whole pie !

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SALLYKWITT 5/20/2013 4:33PM

    Good for you.

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FUZZIEBEAR3 5/20/2013 2:33PM

    It's not your last mistake ... only your most recent one. But you continue with your healthy lifestyle so all is well.

And maybe it wasn't even a mistake. It was what needed to be right in that minute, for whatever reason. That minute is gone now, it is time to make the choices for the next minutes.

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MILLIFRED 5/20/2013 1:41PM

    W probably all did something similar this weekend. I ate a half piece of fresh apple cake a friend had made and brought over. It was delicious and I would have eaten more if I had room in my tummy! The thing is, we still stay within our nutrition plan and don't need to feel guilty

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A_NEW_CHAPTER 5/20/2013 11:50AM

    I've never even heard of peanut butter pie! Sounds yummy! Good for you not beating yourself up about it! emoticon

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ZHIOVAL 5/20/2013 11:40AM

    that's great! it's not like we can NEVER eat it, the key is moderation and not to over do it we can do this!! emoticon

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