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Slow Sunday

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Felt a little less confident today and did a Leslie Sansone 3 mile WATP video tonite, also cuz I didn't plan my day better and offered some of my time to help someone.

Brekkie - mini wheats, milk, prunes
Lunch - h.m cauliflower/carrot soup, tomato, cucumber, corned beef sandwich
Snack - fudgesickle, Klondike bar
Supper - roast veggie lasagna, apple
Snack - grapes, greek yogurt

(ice cream did me in - guess I should look at it as a blessing, that it isn't alcohol, nicotine, or drugs or something, though with my diabetes, guess you could say it's my drug of choice)

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    You got three miles in - that's better than I did yesterday. I'm embarrassed at how little I moved - didn't sleep well and it carried into the day. Then the family got together to celebrate my niece's, my nephew's, and my Mom's birthdays. Lots of sitting around talking and watching football there. It's a new day today and I have high hopes.
    1117 days ago
    Hang in there, Miss Lila, you're doing great! emoticon
    1117 days ago
    Today is a new day! Make it great!
    1117 days ago
    We all have days like that - give yourself credit for acknowledging what you've done (so many people continue to treat themselves poorly yet keep an ongoing state of denial, thereby making the problem that much more challenging to resolve), personally the fact that you *did* that 3 mi. WATP video should, if anything, help your confidence level! (I'm a fan of LS - she has some good workouts out there!)

    Also, looking past that chocolated snack, you have made some good food choices - I wouldn't think your day was a washout by any means!

    Here's to a great new day and week!
    1117 days ago
    we all have days that aren't perfect. tomorrow will be better
    1118 days ago
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