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Fell Off the Wagon a Little Bit

Thursday, October 06, 2011

So today I didnt do too bad but kind of disappointed in myself. I let myself eat something I shouldnt have. I know it could have been a lot worse. I didnt eat to much of it. But Im trying not to beat myself up about it. I am going to eat a healthy dinner and get back on track tomorrow. I figure eating a little something I want once a week wont kill me. Its just I cant calculate how many calories and fat is in it. And also I let myself drink a coke. I havent drank a coke in a week. Mountain Dew has like 300 calories alone and 77 carbs just by itself. Thats the main thing Im disappointed about. Hopefully I'll have the motivation to do good tomorrow.
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    Can you find some food in the tracker that is similiar? I had pizza yesterday from a no-name restaurant that I can't get the cals from. I was feeling a little guilty so what I did was compare what I had to a more familiar restuarant and put that in my tracker...that made me feel better because I felt like I was being more accountable. Example - I felt like two of these thin slices equalled 1 slice of pizza huts same version.
    2424 days ago
    emoticon It's difficult to quit bad habits! Celebrate what you've done and try not to beat yourself up when you fall -- just notice why you gave in, and try to come up with a plan for the next time that happens! emoticon
    2424 days ago
    emoticon don't beat yourself up you are only human. You'll do better tomorrow emoticon
    2425 days ago
    Don't be disappointed in a personal decision. Just ask yourself if what you did today is what you want to be doing for the rest of your life and if you don't like the answer, do differently tomorrow. Steve Jobs said that. Kick it aside and move on.

    Sparklehugs and a reminder... love yourself during the journey. You will get there faster.
    2425 days ago
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