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Having a down day :(

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

I don't know why, but I am just a debbie downer today. It has been an overcast day, and I have NO motivation to do much of anything. I have to work tomorrow and I dread all the food that will for sure show up and be tempting me all day.... *sigh*


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  • v CHANGE4FIT
    It's amazing how the weather can affect your mood-it has been rainy here for over a week, but today the sun is out and the mood change is palpable-hang in there. I think your last quote is something to hang on to-just keep moving in your desired direction, small movement is better than no movement. If you know tomorrow will be a challenge with food, start planning your strategy now-including allowing yourself to have a little of what's available, but in a "chosen" fashion. Best to you-this too shall pass!
    PJ

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    1122 days ago
  • v NBARNES
    Hey, hang in there and don't be so hard about yourself. We all have those bad days and honestly, sometimes it feels good to just wallow in self-pity for awhile emoticon

    Don't know where you work so I can't be much help on how to avoid whatever might show up. The only thing i might suggest is bring a toothbrush and toothpaste and brush your teeth a couple times during the day. That sometimes works for me. I like the way my mouth feels right after brushing and sometimes its enough to keep me on track.

    Know that we're all rooting for you back here online! Eat a nice healthy breakfast, take a good healthy lunch and snack and do the best you can. If nothing else bringing good healthy food will help you get the nutrients you need to keep the body fueled.

    Check back in and let us know how it goes!

    emoticon GOOD LUCK!
    1123 days ago
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