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Statement of Accountability

Monday, July 15, 2013

My statement of accountability for this past weekend: I blew my diet big time. I expected I would, as it was my future brother-in-law's wedding and a time for celebration. But I went way over on food. Over-splurged, if you will. I enjoyed it, and I enjoyed the weekend, but I need to be accountable for stepping way outside my bounds. (Though, I did get time on the elliptical in the hotel's fitness center on Saturday at least!) I'm back in the saddle today, and hopefully can stay there rather than slip again. I'll have no idea what this week really did for my weight as July is still a no-scale week. But the past is the past, and let's keep moving forward!
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  • v CHEETARA79
    You have a great attitude!
    1135 days ago
  • v SUSANBEAMON
    think positive thoughts. no more "I blew it". instead "I really enjoyed myself a bit too much." negatives only drag us down.
    1136 days ago
  • v ILOVEROSES
    As you said, the past is the past and now's the time to start again and stay the course.
    1136 days ago
  • v PHEBESS
    Oh well.

    That's my new philosophy. I blew it at that meal, oh well. Can't eat that, too many calories, oh well. Didn't get in a walk, oh well. Walked till my arthritic hip kept me awake all night, oh well.

    It acknowledges the mess up, and it moves you on. Try it!
    1136 days ago
  • v LJCANNON
    emoticon Life does happen, and the Best thing to do is Literally Keep Moving and learn from it. Maybe at the next Celebration, you will be able to plan around the Food, and make healthier choices? We learn as we go on this Journey!
    1136 days ago
  • v FEMISLIM
    Great putting the past behind and moving on.
    1136 days ago
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