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I totally gave in!!!

Monday, September 23, 2013

I totally gave in today! I did really well all day then I went to visit my mom in the nursing home and they have snack machines. I ate 4 cookies and 2 bags of doritoes like I've never had them before. I just lost it and I have been doing so well and I am so disappointed with myself. I ate like I used to eat before I started my healthy lifestyle. It was totally not what I had in mind today since I worked out this morning and everything.oh well, I will brush myself off and start anew tomorrow morning.I haven't heard from the neurosurgean yet about my back but my shoulder and UTI are doing better.well, gonna get to bed soon.Hope everyone had better luck than me today
Lu Ann
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    Good for you, getting right back on track! Please don't be so hard on yourself. Remember:

    "Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall." ~Confucius
    1123 days ago
    Glad to hear you tripped but didn't fall of the wagon. Been there too :) Tomorrow is always a new day to start over emoticon
    1124 days ago
    Carpe diem! Look forward, not back. Your second chance is at every next meal, just make sure it is a healthier one.
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    1124 days ago
    I have days were i give in and i am frustrated with myseld when i finally quit.
    The next meal is a new opportunity and new change to be chance to be good to your body.
    1126 days ago
    Big hugs to you and I hope today is a better day for you. You can do it :)
    1126 days ago
    Been there many times. But I know I must keep trying.
    1126 days ago
    We ALL have had days like parents are getting older and having more and more problems. I DO understand the stress of elder care; don't be too hard on yourself. Every morning is a new chance to make wise choices.

    1126 days ago
    One day probably did hurt you at all.
    Don't be so hard on yourself.
    1127 days ago
    We ALL do it!! I have had a good September until yesterday when I went to the Big E in MA. Only went over calories a little, BUT today has been awful.....

    I'm with you, get up, dust yourself off, and get back on track.

    1127 days ago
    It happens to all of us and we need to think and do just as you said, move on and next time maybe it will only be 1 cookie or 1 bag of chips. emoticon
    1127 days ago
    we all hit bumps and that is all this was just a bump....
    1127 days ago
    You do what I do and beat yourself up for deviating. For me all it does is give me permission for more comfort foods. Give your self a break. The program I am now following allows Sunday as a reward day where you have permission for doritoes or cookies.Last week I purchased a Girl Scout cookie bar that I have wanted to try. I put it in the freezer and Sunday allowed myself to eat know what? It didn't taste as good as I thought it would. Give your self a break!
    1127 days ago
    Give yourself and break and turn your back on yesterday. You'll do better today! HUGS!
    1127 days ago
    Its ok. Just start anew tomorrow.
    1127 days ago
    Each day is a new start! Stuff happens, so you are in the right frame of mind to pick yourself up and start again!
    1127 days ago
    oh well. Comfort food calls to us, doesn't it?
    1127 days ago
    Good for you dusting yourself off.

    Today is a new day. I hope it's great!
    1127 days ago
  • TERRY0217
    Don't beat yourself up....I work at a nursing home and those snack machines are such a temptation...just take a healthy snack along with you...
    I pray for good news from you doctors!
    1127 days ago
  • 2BEHEALTHY2014
    Look at the bright side. You stopped after two snack size bags. It could have been so much worse. Today is a new day and you'll do better.
    1127 days ago
    One day is ok as long as you dust yourself off and start back on the good side this morning. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1127 days ago
    So glad you didn't let your old habits keep you down. Be kind to yourself as seeing any one you love in a nursing home is always stressful. emoticon
    1127 days ago
    An odd day doesn't matter, but you know that. Days like this are such a contrast to the new life that they really work to show us how far we have come. emoticon
    1127 days ago
  • SUNSET09
    Sometimes, times like these put us back on track. Everything in moderation and hope you enjoyed your snack! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1127 days ago
    We all have good and bad days. Don't knock yourself.
    1127 days ago
    Do not beat yourself up over it. Just get up and move on like it never happened.
    1127 days ago
    Awwww...don't feel disappointed in yourself. There is nothing written in stone that says we can't eat chips or cookies. The fact that it came from a vending machine shows they were little bags and really, 4 cookies are better than the whole pkg like my husband ate a few months back. Lol

    1127 days ago
    It's easy to get down on ourselves.

    Great job in staying focused on the big picture and knowing that tomorrow is another day!

    1127 days ago
    Do not beat yourself up! Sometimes it is just one of those days! On the bright side, you DID workout today!!! What better day to "blow it"?

    It is definitely NOT like you ate before because this time you are aware of it, and are going to get back on track before it becomes a habit.

    A nursing home can be an emotional place at best. I think (to quote the Yankee Grey song) All things considered "you're" doing just FINE!!!

    Does OT matter how you fell, what matters is how you get back up!!! I am proud of you for getting back up without wallowing there.

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    1127 days ago
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