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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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  • v ALAINEBUG
    "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.
    1125 days ago
  • v CHERIRIDDELL
    You are allowed occasional treats it was a piece Edna not the whole pie !
    1164 days ago
  • v SALLYKWITT
    Good for you.
    1164 days ago
  • v FUZZIEBEAR3
    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.

    1164 days ago
  • v MILLIFRED
    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
    1164 days ago
  • v A_NEW_CHAPTER
    I've never even heard of peanut butter pie! Sounds yummy! Good for you not beating yourself up about it! emoticon
    1164 days ago
  • v ZHIOVAL
    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
    1164 days ago
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