101 days to go...

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Until I leave for Africa! I'm determined. I had some set backs this weekend which was not working out and not eating how I wanted to. But, that's life. I thought about it yesterday, while chowing down on Burger King for lunch and KFC for dinner... that I wasn't going to let this be it again. I've done it time and time again where I start a program and then fall back into bad eating habits, and I give up. NOT THIS TIME! I realized, everyone has set backs, I do for sure. And I pretty much always will. THE DIFFERENCE is going thru them but then coming out again in a timely fashion. I know I shouldn't have eaten those calories and all that fat. But guess what, I did. There is no taking it back. The best I can do next time is to say no. I will work on that. There has been times when I've said no of course. This just wasn't one of them unfortunately. There is no time to beat myself up or get depressed/angry/mad at myself. If I want to keep losing weight and get healthy, I've got to get right back up there. After I had dinner, I did an hour of dance cardio. I could have chose not to. I could have said, like I have said many times before, "What's the point??" There is a point! I maxed on calories big time but I can still burn a few of what I did eat. And tomorrow I can have a great day. Like I said, there is no taking back what I did. BUT I CAN FIX IT! And I will. I've done 45 minutes of walking today at work while on my breaks and I've done well with eating and staying hydrated. Today is a new day and as long as I'm determined, I can do it. I just need to stay strong. Looking forward to my weigh in on Monday, hoping it's a loss. If not, I know I just need to work harder. Here goes to a healthy rest of the week and weekend. :) Good luck all!
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