My "dinner" last night was definitely a fail. We went to a show at a country nightclub (Think likeGilly's in Urban Cowboy LOL) and it was super super crowded. While I was in the restroom my BF and his friend went to get food, which was across the huge club. He brought back jalapeno poppers, which I don't like, and a plate of french fries.
So my dinner ended up being 3 bud lights, about half the plate of french fries, and a bowl of rice krispies when I got home at almost 3am. Oh, I had some cheese and crackers before we went at 7pm. Awesome, apparently I'm in college again.
That's not really a failure! Just a learning opportunity! You might want to ask yourself if you were really hungry for that (in which case I see it as perfectly OK) or if you were trying to deal with some stress (which we all are this time of year...if so could you come up with a list of things to do other than handling stress with food?)
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"Food is not love, comfort, or an anxiety pill."
Time to stop trying to solve things with food (lack of included) that food won't solve. Food solves one thing: bodily hunger.
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I think we've all been there. I know I can't keep stuff like that in the house because I'll do exactly what you did. But, the past is the past and today is a new day.
On Sunday night I was cooking up a pound of italian sausage (which I love) to freeze as I had bought too much for Thanksgiving. I caught myself eating a spoonful of it here, a spoonful of it there. I immediately put it in the bag and in the freezer, despite it being too warm, because I just couldn't stop eating it. I've been doing that a lot lately... freezing stuff that I can't resist. It's not as fun to eat when it's cold and rock hard.
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