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Getting a bit better

Sunday, July 07, 2013

so... how was yesterday... well, I stuck to my meals and didn't do grazing nor did I binge, I was over my calorie range though, due to eating 4 apples I think, but better fruit than nasty foods, right??? My stomach still feels very tender and odd... it doesn't like binge weeks, nor do I, but somehow brain and stomach don't seem to communicate correctly.

I haven't yet started with exercise again... and no idea how will get back in the swing of things with exercise. It's term break and getting up at 6am everyday just isn't doing the trick during the holidays... I still want to and have to do something... need a brain wave how to do it....

Eating was so much better today... and for desserts I planned some M&Ms which I'm really excited about... you know, to get rid of the feeling that eating chocolate is something bad... after binge-days/weeks it makes me feel that way: chocolate = BAD, gummybears = BAD! So, it's good to know that a little chocolate is okay. My problem is just that moderation doesn't often work so well... but today it WILL. I will have my tube of mini smarties and enjoy watching a movie later tonight.
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    Go for walks maybe? I love going for walks but it's difficult to find time. Holidays are the perfect time for them.
    So glad you're back!
    1718 days ago
  • RDEE22
    Sounds like you are on track again. That is so good. Everything in moderation. That is what I tell myself when I reach for my 1, small, red wine each night. emoticon
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    1718 days ago
    sounds like you are on your way.
    Walking is a great form of exercise - cheap, convenient and we already know how to do it!
    Good luck!
    1718 days ago
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