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Did Great, Today!

Thursday, September 26, 2013

After having two days muddled up by emotional eating, I made myself have a reality check. I blogged about it. I apologized to myself and everyone else. Today, was a really good day. Now that I am aware of the damage my emotions are causing, I am trying to deal with them another way without comforting myself with food. Blogging was one of those ways. I am so glad to have the Spark Community to go to. I have stayed on track with my food, I read a lot of articles, communicated with you guys, and I took a good walk with my husband and dog. I walked the 1.5 miles practice for our up and coming 5k's. Hubbie took us for a little drive after. I enjoyed getting out with my sweetheart and my furbaby. Tomorrow with the strength I draw from the LORD and working to discipline myself, I will have another successful day. Tomorrow, if it doesn't rain I am doing some yard work, just to get outside. I seem to do much better when I go outside. I hope all of you had a good day today, too! emoticon
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    1484 days ago
    You are doing great. One little upset can't capsize a boat. Keep up the good work. You are an awesome inspiration. emoticon
    1484 days ago
    emoticon you are doing good..
    1484 days ago
    So glad today is better! And thanks so much for sharing your challenges. I have also been struggling with emotional eating for the past three days. It makes me literally ill. You are an inspiration and a reminder that I can do better! And for me to have more faith and prayer to help me through the tough times
    1484 days ago
    good going, and I find it so much easier when I can go outside, to walk, or pull weeds, always lots of them to do, glad you had a good day, I have too emoticon
    1484 days ago
  • DARJR50
    great job
    1484 days ago
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