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Close to starting war with myself

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

So far on vacation I've stayed at or right below my 2000 calories...until today. I'm not sure what it is but I have just gone hog wild all day today. I had a bagel for breakfast, which is what I normally have, but then I had Wendys for lunch even though I know that's a large amount of calories. Then for a snack in the afternoon I had a medium french fry and a dipped cone. Topped that off for dinner with 2 bratwurst, a handful of chips, cake and corn. All in all, I went over my calories by 1000 today. 3000 calories! Ouch. What's worse is I want to go for a walk but I somehow managed to put a hole in my foot and it hurts to walk. Maybe that's been the problem today. Maybe I've just had so little activity that i've been eating to compensate. I don't want to feel guilty because bad days happen but I just hope that when I come back to my scale in a week the numbers will be down, not up or the same.
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  • v GAYLLYNNE
    Every day is new and a gift. That's why the call it the "present". Start over today, stay as close as you can to your goal and enjoy your time off. Yesterday is gone, forget it. I hope your foot feels better soon!!
    1037 days ago
  • v JACKSGRAN
    Don't spoil your holiday with guilt. Dust yourself off, give yourself a quick shake and rest that foot. Make sure you enjoy your break. Today will be better.

    Have a great time

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    1037 days ago
  • v THE_SHAKESHAFT
    Enjoy your hols!
    1037 days ago
  • v MICHELELYNN777
    It's so hard to not splurge a little on vacation. Put today behind you and aim for healthier choices tomorrow to balance it out. Hope your foot feels better soon so you feel like walking.
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    1037 days ago
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