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I made a small change But it made a big difference

Sunday, August 11, 2013

So I'm not sure how many people would agree with this, But I have a cheat day every Saturday. I decided to keep that cheat day even after I joined sparks people about a week ago. So yesterday was my first cheat day in my changed lifestyle.

So I woke up yesterday and I made a huge breakfast for My fiancÚ and kids. I made bacon, pancakes, eggs, Biscuits and fruit. Mind you the day before I figured out what kind of eater I am on sparks people ( I get excited about food). I somehow made it my life. So the day before I had to wrap my mind around that, and I did. It all started to come together and once it did I notice that I'm starting to look at food in a different light and I'm just not taking that much pleasure in the crap foods that sounded so good just a few days ago.

So I'm eating my big breakfast and I noticed that I just wasn't that into it. I Ate slowly and with all the food I put on my plate I ate 1 pancake a slice of bacon and a little of my eggs. THIS IS A HUGE CHANGE FOR ME!

Usually after a cheat day I go on this weekend binge (from a cheat day that should've only lasted a day)But today I made a healthy breakfast and logged into here. I realize this seems small. But its huge for me. Not only did I eat well on my cheat day. I didn't make the days to follow a downward spiral. I'm very proud of myself.
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PATTISWIMMER 8/11/2013 11:06AM

    Cheat days are good and bad... it confuses the body which is good for weight loss but it is best to get cheating done early in the day and not the evening.. emoticon emoticon

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