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12 More Days of Summer School!

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Ug, I think my whole food day is going great and then I go crazy right at the end. Today I wasnít even hungry, just lazy. Pigging out on chips and chocolate Ė thereís just no reason for it! Bleh. I guess the good thing is that one meal out of control is better than ALL the meals out of control.

In any case, I feel like Iím getting a much better handle on eating reasonably, not letting myself get too hungry, eating a good mix of protein and carbs. Thatís the bad thing about eating poorly, it creates a negative feedback loop thatís hard to get out of it. The body gets deprived of nutrients and has more cravings, which leads to more overeating. But I did have two great, nutrient-packed meals today. I know Iíll track this day and move on, and Iíll eat better tomorrow.

Iím trying to be a little gentle with myself since I am still working (Iím a teacher, so my summer will start when summer school is over at the end of June). For example, I donít like to make a habit of drinking Diet Coke, but if having a Coke can pacify me so Iím not tempted to order lunch out, Iíll do that. If I have to buy the more expensive individual yogurts, fine for now. If I wait to exercise until 8pm and then only get in a walk, at least itís something. Iím okay with this because I know Iíll be able to fully devote myself to being healthy in just a couple of weeks. Iím just trying to build momentum right now.

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LAUGHIN_ME_THIN 6/12/2013 10:55PM

    The first couple of weeks are always the hardest but once you get the "hang" of it/get back into the groove, it gets easier. So keep up the good work. Might not totally seem like good work but it is =)

Little Steps!!

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