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Thursday, June 02, 2011

No, not physical changes *I wish, still too early*.
I used to think of successful changes as weight or physical appearance changes only, but I realized yesterday that I'm truly beginning to head in the right path!
Yesterday I went to the mall and had a chocolate muffin, cinnamon roll, Pringles, and Maltesers. A pretty screw up.
I realized is that the reason I ate those things was thinking "I'll start tomorrow", which got me in a lot of binging episodes in the past. What changed though -what i consider success- is the next day.
Usually, the day after I would think "ugh, I blew it yesterday so I might as well get that Doritos and marble cake"
Today I woke up thinking those exact thoughts and was almost going to let them derail me. Then I thought, why? Why do that? I got in my workout clothes took my mp3 player, headed out to the gym and did a 45 minutes workout!
I loved this feeling because I think I can begin to change my fattening thinking habits.
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    That is truly awesome! That was my biggest roadblock to overcome-one poor food choice turned into a whole day turned into a week turned into....the reason my thighs rub together when I walk lol Congratulations on leaping over that hurtle! You're doing great!
    2867 days ago
    Great Job ..I will blog about Tomorrow attitude thingy ,,I keep thinking a year from today inshallah I would like to say wow look at how far i have come ,not saying it is a new start ..let's be in the middle of it.not in the beginning.yey you.. emoticon
    2873 days ago
  • AMY_1217
    emoticon That's wonderful!!! One good choice will lead to another! You made a HUGE step forward!

    2874 days ago
    Way to go! We all have a day where we don't do so well, but it's picking up the pieces the day after and getting back on the wagon that counts! Congrats!
    2877 days ago
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