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Rebellion

Monday, November 18, 2013

I had another bad weekend of food choices.

I remember when I was contemplating what I would need to do to get out of debt, I rebelled against myself and went out and spent a lot of money, like I needed to get it out of my system or something!

Last night I thought about that and wondered if I wasn't doing the same when it comes to food choices. I KNOW I need to make better choices, and I'm exerting my will -- screaming at the top of my lungs -- saying, "I can do what I want!"

Today I resolved to start fresh. I have grape tomatoes here at my desk at work. They can be my snack, not Starburst. My lunches are typically pretty healthy, but this week I'm having something super-healthy: cottage cheese with arugula. I need to honor my goal (as stated on my Start page) and get more greens!

So here's to a new day and endless possibilities we have to start fresh, day after day.
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  • v JULS_MARIE
    If I'm doing really well for a while I do go overboard eventually whether it be a meal, a day, a week.. I'm not sure if you like the movie Mean Girls or not, but one of my favorite one-liners is from there.. "Wanna do something fun??!! Wanna go to taco bell??" When I feel like I WILL DIE IF I DON'T HAVE A BIG MAC I think of those silly, pretty girls thinking that living a little meant indulging on the bad stuff that I made a habit out of doing. So maybe have a little indsie joke with and about yourself when you realize you are negotiating a backslide... Its sooo hard to remove the reward system, but I still need it to validate what I'm doing, I wish the end result was enough to keep my eyes on the prize, but no I tend to need a reward and I almost always would rather pick something to consume.
    919 days ago
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