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Lowering my head in shame

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Well went on vacation and a 5 day hiatus from my diet, totally blew it...and I haven't exercised for a week.

I'm trying to be gentle with myself it's hard...trying to look at it as 5 days could've been 5 weeks etc. Its also TOM so I refuse to weigh myself until next week to see how much damage I did...eek!

Deep breath, day 1 of restarting good habits :)
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    Don't be too hard on yourself. It was just 5 days and you are back on track. Good for you for getting back on track!
    2799 days ago
  • MAKING140BY40
    I'm in the same spot. I went camping over a week ago and I now continue to make bad food choices. I also have not been exercising which for me is usually a walk. Yesterday was the first day in awhile I got all my water in. I have made plans to walk with a friend today and tomorrow. That will motivate me to get moving again! Good luck we can do it! Let's get back to it!
    2799 days ago
  • *AMBER512
    I'll do that, too. REFUSE to weigh myself. You know you weren't doing your best, you don't need some device to try and bring you down! Get back in it girl, you can do it!
    2799 days ago
    Don't be too hard on yourself. It's a vacation, right? Before i went on my vacation, I had lost another 2.2 lbs (1 kg). When I came back from vacation, I had gained it back. I'm not fretting though, because I know how to make it go away, I know what i need to do. Being down on yourself doesn't accomplish anything but making you feel bad! So stop it! And be proud of yourself that you're taking control again! emoticon
    2799 days ago
    Keep your head up and good for you for getting back to those good habits. I too am just back from vacation and feel like I am starting all over again.
    2799 days ago
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