Managed to Regroup, YAY!

Monday, June 11, 2012

So the day started out fine with a light multi-grain english muffin, 2 tbsp of natural peanut butter and 1/2 fruit salad with coffee. Somewhere along the way things started to get totally out of control. My hormones were in a rage yelling for carbs.

I can't believe I'm going to admit this began with a Kashi Dark Chocolate cookie, a banana, cheese and crackers (more crackers than cheese), then popcorn and finally a bowl of ice cream. OMG, I can't believe I could down so much food/crap so quickly. I have no idea what the portions were. Of course, I ended up feeling guilty, not to mention, sick. I past out on the couch in a sugar comma, only to wake in time to return to work for my afternoon shift.

Fast forward to dinner, I had a nice salad with 3 ozs. diced chicken breast, 1 hard boiled egg with lots and lots of veggies...

In the past I would have thrown in the towel after having "messed up" the day so badly, but today I regrouped. Made my next meal healthy and satisfying.

Now that's what I call progress.
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  • DMANN104
    emoticon emoticon Nice Save!
    2501 days ago
    Woot woot! That's fantastic! emoticon on rerouping like that. That's what I call a victory!! emoticon
    2501 days ago
    A great come back, well done
    2501 days ago
    way not to give up keep fighting
    2501 days ago
    That is definately progress. Great job getting immediately on track. Your next step might be to figure out why you were craving so bad. Did you wait too long to eat lunch and then find yourself ravenous? Maybe you need to plan a healthy snack between breakfast and lunch. Of course, maybe it was just hormones and a fluke. Just thinking. Any way, I'm proud of you for having a healthy dinner. Hugs, Jackie
    2501 days ago
    Way to keep on keeping on and not throwing in the towel!
    2501 days ago
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