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But no mt dew counts for something right????

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Well i went three days with out smoking then i had to leave my world of peace and go back to work and i broke! It seems inside my bubble of work the stress is something i can use almost to make it ok to go and have a cig. Hummmmm, why is work so stressful. I duno it just is! Ha! You try making all these old people happy all the time omg its like there never happy with anything and sometime well meaning family member will just follow you room to room like you have nothing else to do. But i love my job and i love my people and i love my co worker (MOST OF THEM!) Ha! But i haven't had any mt dew lol and iv burned calories been working out after work and keeping my eating some what on track! Cant beat that i guess. My moment is still running strong and i will keep going i do know that for a fact. I might be fat for ever but i will always keep trying! Words of inspiration are welcome please! Tell me how do you keep going after a set back?
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  • no profile photo CHAOTIC-KITTY
    no mountain dew definitely counts for somethin'! :)

    with me.. when i have a set back.. i just think about what is important to me... and, it just made me stick with what i was doing *before* my set back. :) i slipped a couple of months ago - and i felt guilty.. and the next meal (after slipping) i was back on track.

    all the best on getting back on track. :) i know you can do it!

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    3048 days ago

    Comment edited on: 6/11/2010 4:29:31 PM
  • JOUSELLE
    No Mtn Dew TOTALLY counts for something! I miss it. emoticon I drink Fresca instead. It's better than no soda. I'm just coming back from a setback 5 months long, so don't get bummed by a day!
    3050 days ago
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