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Almost thrown off the track (weight loss track)

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

My daughter said she was coming over this am and I have to work this afternoon and I have a zillion things to do. I feel off-kliter. These are times that I want to eat...a whole lots, because I feel STRESSED for time. But I am thinking don't let this get me 'thrown off the track' and keep my eye on my goal.

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  • GRANDMANANCY
    Make a plan !!! QUICK!!!!

    Get your lunch and snack items figured out... tell your daughter that you need help sticking with the plan. I have 4 daughters...... 2 of them are helpful in this area....two are not.... STAY ON TRACK!!!!

    ((((HUGS)))
    NANcy

    I know this is late...but it helped me so perhaps it will help you!
    4338 days ago
  • JANETELIZABETH1
    You've taken the first step by identifying what causes you stress...now try and identify a tactic to deal with it.
    Hugs
    Janet
    4339 days ago
  • SPARTANJAI
    Totally understand the stress and the urge to throw it all to the wind... and I understand the struggle of fighting it all, overcoming it and doing the right thing... Congratulations on sticking to your track!
    4340 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3248497
    I agree you are thinking correctly. One of the biggest mistakes I used to make was not being flexible. When things happen and you feel like you don't have time to exercise or you can't make a healthy decision, those are just EXCUSES!! Fit & healthy people don't use these excuses, so we must start thinking like a fit and healthy person. (Even if we feel we are not all the way there yet.) Would a fit and healthy person let the "zillion" things they have to do get in the way of 30min of exercise or to eat a healthy portioned meal? Nope!
    4341 days ago
  • ALMMOM
    You are thinking correctly.
    4341 days ago
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