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Disappointing week / Mixed bag

Friday, January 15, 2010

Things always seem to go wrong when the vendors from Wisconsin are on site... our hospital is implementing a computer system that originates from Wisconsin, so every once in awhile our "Application Coordinators", the vendor specialists who know everything about the system and help us with our build, come on site for a few days and work with us to fix cross-application problems and kind of push us in the right direction. Every time this happens, we go out to restaurants with them for lunch, and I'm thrown off because I normally like to exercise on my lunch break (and eat at my desk), and I always over eat when I go to restaurants. So this week was like that. Also, I drank too much. Again. 2 nights this week I binged, and I haven't tracked my food for a few days. Anyway, excuses... I did not have a good weigh in. But I do feel stronger and with more energy, and have that as a major positive. I need to work harder to overcome my obstacles, but I'm happy that I'm at least aware of the issue, and I'm not going to give up! I did get most of my exercise in, but I don't think I'm going to meet my calories burned goal for the week! I will keep plugging away...
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    Brush yourself off girl! Those past events are just that events that happened in the past! We move on and move forward and our behavior from NOW on is the only thing that can make a difference. :D
    3077 days ago
    I've been having my ups and downs, too. Still plenty of time left in January to get the year off to a great start!! I'm starting Today -- tracking food, staying on track!
    3078 days ago
    You are not alone. I had some disappointing days this week, also. Tomorrow is a new day. Best of luck to you.
    3079 days ago
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