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Lesson Learned, Now to move on

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Well, my record of impeccable diet was interrupted yesterday. We went to the range and a normal thing to do there is hang out, drink beer, and have fun. I hit my breaking point when everyone kept offering me beer. I drank several and had a great time. I am a little bummed that I didn't stand strong, but at the same time, it shows me that all work and no play will make me reach that breaking point, so I must allow myself a day here and there to enjoy things like beer, pizza, and french fries. Too much is a bad thing, but I can't be so rigid all the time. Had we not been in the middle of nowhere with nothing to do, I would have been fine, but all guilt aside for my diet plans, I don't really regret it. It was fun to catch up and reminisce about the old days.

Now that it's over with, it's time to move on. APFT is tomorrow morning. I KNOW I am going to pass that sucker, and I am 90% sure I will pass the body fat percentage. Even though I drank a few beers and it did curve my confidence just a smidge, my measurements are going to be good.

2 more nights away from home! I am so excited to see my husband!!!!!!!!!!!
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    it happened.
    it will happen again.

    congrats on the 10 years!!
    1203 days ago
    The key to everything is moderation - every now and then you need a break. Good luck on your apft tomorrow.
    1221 days ago
    You need to take a break sometimes in order to stick with it for the long haul!

    1221 days ago
    I agree with not being to rigid! I once found myself locked in a bathroom arguing with a banana nut muffin once, no lie! Like you said to much is to bad, so I only ate half and tossed the other. It really is an 80/20 split. emoticon
    1221 days ago
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