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Not being honest

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

I'm not being honest about the amount of food I eat or the kinds.
I was ontrack yesterday and had almost made it, but while dinner cooked, I ate 2 slices of bread with butter and 4 tablespoon scoops of chocolate peanut butter, which blew my "stay under 2100 calorie day". I was close, but oh so far away.

I'm mad at myself. Today will not be any better. We are having a potluck at work. I brought bbq meatballs and a pasta salad (with Italian dressing), which I will eat. I'm hoping someone brought salad so I can fill up on that. I forgot to go to the store last night and buy some or I would have brought the salad.

Okay, don't shoot me down for this failure. I see and know what I did and will try to stay somewhat close to my ranges today, but that is all I can promise.

Just figured out what I plan to eat: 2 cups pasta salad for lunch and dinner and 6 ounces of meatballs for lunch and dinner plus other foods is only 100 calories over my goal of 2100 yeah!!

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KAREN608 7/29/2014 11:02AM

    Just admitting it here on a blog shows you DO care and are still working on wanting to stay in range and all the pitfalls we all have you have.

I don't blog about mine but I too, do this. I do track my calories honestly but hate to mention my stumbles! That is why I am staying one weight. To lose I need less food.

You are planning ahead and some one will bring salad I'm sure at the potluck.

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GARDENCHRIS 7/29/2014 8:00AM

    you are at least more aware, don't be so hard on yourself. You gotta love yourself more than the things you are taking in to "fill up" emoticon

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LNISDES 7/29/2014 7:51AM

    Good for you that you see the problem, admitted the problem and have a plan! You can do this!

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