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SHANAELIZABETH
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Long long week

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

I'll come right out and say it...this week has sucked. It's been long. It's been tiring. It's been irritating. And I've let it all get to me. I ate like crap - heavy, greasy, fatty foods. Pepperoni pizza for breakfast. Bacon cheeseburgers for dinner. Coke & Pepsi filled my days to keep me going. I was miserable, tired and cranky all week long from the junk that was in my system. I missed the gym every day. I wanted to go - I had scheduled to go. Then, inevitability something came up. This goes back to my lack of saying no. I totally know that it does. And so....it's time to start again.

I committed to myself back to May that I would make this about me. And it's time to fulfill that promise to myself. I'm getting out of the mentality that "Oh, you effed up on your food today? It's ok, consider this a treat day. Start again tomorrow". I'm getting in the mindset of "ok, you made a mistake this meal. The next meal is a new one. It doesn't have to derail your whole day." I'm getting out of the mindset that a workout has to equal an hour spent at the gym. I need to wrap my head around the new, not the old. I need to let go of the past - the past thoughts, the past negativity, the past doubt.

I can do this. I will do this.
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  • v PERFECTVELVET
    Excellent mentality! Go get it, girl!
    1125 days ago
  • v ABBIE0224
    You can and will do this! I have started looking at things the same way, instead of tomorrow, the next meal will be better. It has helped a lot instead of saying there is always tomorrow because tomorrow meant that I didn't stop indulging today!

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    1125 days ago
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