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Today is a new day..

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

The past two days were not the greatest, but today is a new day. I know that there will always be bad days but there is also good days. You can't let the bad over shadow the good all the time.

1. I had a healthy breakfast.

2. I got most of my assignments in school done early.

3. Going to spend time with my boyfriend.

4. Got to talk to a friend I haven't spoken to in a long while and gave advice.

5. Planning another gym trip tonight.

These things might not seem like much but, they do uplift the mood. I am proud of myself for handling everything that I've been handed so far this week and I'm still moving forward. It's going to be a long process but I think I've done well so far.

One thing I've noticed is that my craving for junk food has decreased drastically. I look at it and I'll want it, but I don't buy it and I forget about it. Even when my boyfriend bought us some snacks last night, I normally down the whole bag. I only ate a part of it and I was fine with that. I didn't want anymore. I think partially is because I didn't really want to eat it because I had done so well with not eating that kind of food that maybe I felt guilty. Or I just know how much I need to eat to satisfy a small craving without over doing it. Maybe it's both, but I'm still happy that I had the control to do it.

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  • v CBLENS
    yea, on the cravings going down and good plan.
    1031 days ago
  • v EDDYMEESE
    Yep - I quit most often when I've had a bad day...it often takes me months to get back on track. Good job having that snack in moderation!
    1032 days ago
  • v FINISHINGRACE
    Too many times in the past I've just quit because of a "bad" day, and that will not happen again.

    Stay strong!
    1032 days ago
  • v RAPUNZEL53
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    1032 days ago
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