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Still trying to find the key

Sunday, February 05, 2012

Yep, I knew it, I knew it...I blew it! I expected a gain and I got one. Really, other people do this...I am just not commited to the process. I am recommiting to my WW plan and I am going to work at it...journal, plan, plan, exercise, plan, mind eating out, plan.

Potential problems for this week: Dinner out Monday at a meeting, out of town overnight on Wednesday (that means eating out all day Wed & Thurs), missing my regular gym appt on Wed morning.

Potential solutions: Plan, plan, plan for eating out. Monday is easier, We/Th harder since I have no idea where we will be going. I will take exercise clothes with me and can get on the treadmill at night--just not a morning person and my meetings start at 8.

For now, this is what I can do. I am planning our home meals today for the remainder of the week--unsure of weekend plans at this point. Still trying to find the key. emoticon
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    2325 days ago
    Sounds like you have a very viable plan. When you go out of town and you go to the restaurants ask the waiter what do they have or reccommend for you as you're on WW. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised of the choices you will be given.

    Ellen my friend emoticon
    2326 days ago
    I think you're more committed than you give yourself credit for, and I also think the planning will help. I hope you have a great week!
    2326 days ago
    You can do this!!! A setback is simply a setback. You dust yourself off and keep moving forward celebrating every victory along the way. Before you know it, you'll be a whole new you! :)
    2326 days ago
    I had a gain this week too. It's not the end of the world. If there is a key, and I'm not saying there is, it's probably planning. So see, you're already set. Go get 'em!
    2326 days ago
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