Friday, October 23, 2009

Ok so, Im in this rut...it usually happens when I start something new....

I do well first week or so, and then all hell breaks loose, and I cave...like today with lunch....almost 900 calories for lunch :(...and then snacking on candy.

I don't know why I do this?? If I am seeing results, then why am I caving in??

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    Thanks everyone!!! Your right I do feel better...drank water rest of afternoon! and then came home and went for a 10 minute run...feeling great!

    Now to finish off with a fresh cut salad with TONS of veggies :) mmm
    3159 days ago
    ALLYBUG couldn't have said it better. We all slip up. You just gotta put it behind you and keep going! You can do it! I'm here to support you!
    3159 days ago
  • ALLYBUG007
    Stop doing it NOW and make the change. Don't focus on what you've done wrong. It's done. Work on fixing it. It's okay to see results. You are going to feel so good when the results start adding up.

    It's like we're programmed to think we're destined to failure. You're not. Eating like that is NOT your destiny. Obviously, it's not making you feel good. Have a piece and put it away. Allow it, but don't overdo it. You can have anything in moderation!! Now you just either have a light dinner or do something to burn off half of that lunch and break even!!

    You CAN do this. It's great that you posted here about it. Pick yourself up, take the lesson learned, and get back on track. Old habits are hard to change and it will happen eventually if you keep trying. So keep going. You're worth it! emoticon
    3159 days ago
    Then get back up! U TURN NOW! why are you doing it? Remove the triggers. YOU CAN DO THIS!! YOU DESERVE THIS! Just focus a little and get back..starting small. Keep tracking food and exercise.
    Fall down 7, get up 8!!!!!

    3159 days ago
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