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Friday, August 30, 2013

Today begins a new experiment for me. I wont go into detail about it right now, but I will post my findings later on.
I will just say it involves matters concerning self truths and finding out if my hunches are right.
Today was another bad food day for me.
I start out good, but the evening wears on and I find myself snacking and making unhealthy choices.
As stated in my last blog, I need so badly to cut out these terrible habits and get myself lined out.
I havent gotten on the scale in about a week, and I dont want to.
At last weigh in I was still holding steady, no gain, but this week I am almost expecting a gain.
If there is no gain it will be a mystery to me.
Well no need in dwelling on what went wrong today, and focus on how to make better choices from this point on.
I send out best wishes to all for a happy, healthy and safe weekend.
It is the saddest time for me, the weekend.
I anticipate another lonely one and have made no plans to do anything, despite the area having many events going on.
Thats just become another bad habit, sitting home alone feeling sorry for myself.
There is always walking.
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    It is not to go late to decide to go to one of the many events you know......

    1543 days ago
    Just because you "blew it" one day doesn't mean that you can't start the next. Pick yourself up and move on. You are a resilient woman! You only lose if you quit, and you won't quit!
    1543 days ago
    Tomorrow is a brand new day! Start it off on a positive note......go for a long walk.....take in the scenery......the fresh'll do you some good.

    Try to put things into perspective.......think of how your life should be......and what you want the most......set the goal.....this is your life!

    You can do it......just stay positive......

    1543 days ago
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