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well i slipped, but i seem to have consciously recovered!

Monday, June 17, 2013

So this weekend has been a bit of a landslide with wine and food and family, I was conscious of my decision to stay on track, but I didn't really.........the interesting part was I would think oh man i really screwed up on friday, and then i would log in everything, even the appetizers and I was like oh hmmm i only went over 100 cals, and then Saturday the same .......only over 500 cals........and Sunday i was under.......so it made me feel better to actually log it and realize that maybe my choices, although not the best, were far from the worse :) Today is weigh-in........I lost a LB (SHOCKIING) But i totally accept that for all the excercise i did :) Hope everyone else is having a great week, and for anyone who slipped up, track it anyway, I bet its not as bad as you beat yourself up for :)
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  • NOWORNEVER1982
    Congrats on the weight loss! I think you're totally right and a splurge every now and again is good for the soul. Just make sure it doesn't turn into a habit emoticon
    1271 days ago
  • CHELHART
    You're totally right about the tracking. I thought I messed up bad over the weekend by going to a restaurant and lacking some portion control (it happens). I ate out at lunch time and had a very small dinner, but I was over by about 30 calories for the whole day, and it was fine. Tracking really does help keep it all in perspective...in BOTH directions.
    1271 days ago
  • JOHGLO2011
    Congrats on your weight loss! I too thought I had totally blown it this last Friday, but when I tracked it, I was below my upper calorie range. Surprising! Best wishes to you!
    1271 days ago
  • MOABPINUP
    Well done! And congratulations on your 1lb loss! Anything is better than nothing!
    1271 days ago
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