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Wednesday, October 09, 2013

I went so far over my calories today they are light years away by now!!
Well, something like 500. Turrble, Turrble!!
I am not sure what it was that put me over, well, it might have been the klondike bar!!! or what it was that made me get so hungry in the afternoon.
I had a good breakfast, got my protein, no caffeine this morning, went for a 1 hour walk and was doing well.
Then I had lunch, another protein shake, with a little peanut butter and skim milk.
Then dinner, was two small pieces of salisbury steak, lots of veggies, steamable mixed veggies and carrots.
Grapes. Two slices of double fiber wheat bread.
Then there was the Knorrs microwave noodles, that is probably what put me over my carbs and the klondike bar and put me over my calories.
But my vitamin d, iron and fiber and calcium were all right on for a change.
Well, I am full as a tick now.
Drinking some water and sparking.
Beating myself up for the noodles and ice cream, of course, I still probably could have cut back the bread and got my fiber elsewhere.
I almost feel like throwing my hands up in desperation on days like this.
To feel so guility over a dessert and some noodles.
I am going nowhere with this and I need to kick myself in the butt and get back to losing and give up this crap!!!
It looks like I am going to have to go on one of those flighty diets, you know where you eat grapefruit and bacon or where you only have cottage cheese.
I just dont know anymore.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
IAMBIZI 10/14/2013 10:31AM

    I amcommenting on this blog post for some reason it would not let me comment on your newest one, weird@
I think the long hours sound tough and having to deal with children more than one sounds like a lot of work, what are their ages and do they health issues?
are you willing to take on that much responsibilty?

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BRADMILL2922 10/14/2013 1:40AM

    Don't beat yourself up over it. We are people, we make mistakes. The key is to learn from it and move forward!

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TINY67 10/11/2013 10:58AM

    Hey, everyone messes up ever so often, just put it behind you and get back on track.
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BARBANNA 10/10/2013 5:05PM

    It's okay, just get back on the stallion and ride. We all have bad days. Those filirty diets don't work. Just good ole fashioned common sense dieting where you put in less than you burn. If you want to fit that situation next time just run 5 miles and it will be okay!! LOL. It's easier to let go of the food than run the six miles. I am a reformed 8 miles runner. I ran to eat what I wanted, I know. It's so much better to cut down the exercise and the food and be happy! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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AJINMN 10/10/2013 1:02PM

    Today is a new day! Kick yourself once, and then move forward so you can't kick yourself again! We all have those days. Getting back on the wagon after it has run over us is what we do...

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CAPECODBABE 10/10/2013 7:40AM

    Today is a new day, a new start, make it a great one!

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JUST_BRENDA 10/10/2013 7:32AM

    it's always a constant battle

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STEVENKIND 10/9/2013 8:39PM

    Your Sparkpage says you lost 57 pounds. Why not focus on the good stuff.

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SMITTY4RL 10/9/2013 8:13PM

    Oof, don't go on the flighty diet. I agree w/IAMBIZI...forgive yourself and move on. Tomorrow's another day.

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LOTUSBURGER 10/9/2013 7:44PM

    mmmmm bacon

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IAMBIZI 10/9/2013 7:37PM

    let go and forgive yourself. emoticon

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