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Not impressed right now

Friday, August 02, 2013

I have been grazing a lot these past few days, and I am not impressed with myself. I am not 100% sure what my issue is, but it needs to stop now.

I tracked everything of course, and technically speaking I am not near the calories Spark says I need, but I know my own body, and if I continue to eat that much I will gain weight.

Seriously, what is wrong with me? Ugh! I need to go work it out at PC Fit in the morning. I think Coach Phyllis can put me back in the right mind set. I guess because when I weigh every morning, I am maintaining my weight, so I keep pushing my boundaries. I need to stop that and stay where I know it is "safe" - It only seems like this is an issue at work. Also, another issue is beverages with calories. I keep saying I need to stop, but I just can't bring myself to. Again, I only drink these on nights that I work. I don't usually get an iced coffee on my off days. Sometimes, but not often.

I guess I need to hot the lottery and quit my job. You know... for my health
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    You put into words exactly how I feel! Thanks for the great post and good luck!
    1268 days ago
  • BRADMILL2922
    I know the feeling. It can be hard no matter how much you tell yourself to stop! Umm, I am with you on the lottery...can we share? :)
    1269 days ago
    You can do it! Don't give up.
    1270 days ago
    I wish you victory over this, Girlfriend!
    Perhaps you should go into maintain mode?
    Best wishes
    1270 days ago
    it's not just the calories, but the source of those calories. I could eat my calorie limit in chocolate, but i wouldn't be very healthy. writing down what you eat is good, and necessary, but you have to examine what you eat also.
    1270 days ago
    I guess it happens at time. You might need to drag some motivation from inside.
    1270 days ago
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