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Day 19!

Friday, December 07, 2012

I can't believe it has been almost three weeks and I am still doing this! Really. This is a first for me in a long, long time. I have not given in to binge eating, despite being sick and stressed over exams. I have maintained a reasonable amount of fitness based on my physical condition. I have not given up despite my brain telling me that I'm not doing things as much, as fast or as well as I could.

If there are any men reading this, beware! Girl-talk coming up! This is also the first "week before my period starts" that I have not binged. I can feel the changes dragging my body down, making me tired and making me want to eat and eat and eat. Today, I got up and worked out, instead....insides screaming against it every bit of the way. This is where you guys come in. I really wanted to be able to get on here and say that I had worked out. I really want to keep going so that I don't have to start over. Starting over is harder than this morning was.

So, now I will shower and get on with the rest of my day, knowing that I made a big choice this morning to do what is best for my body.

Thanks for being here!

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  • ANDY_54
    Oh sheesh, I have that brain talk all the time: hey, you're not sweating enough, dial up the treadmill, you can go faster, etc. Don't listen! Listen instead to that littel voice inside that says you're doing good!

    You made an excellent choice this morning! Keep up the great work!
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  • CARA_FIT37
    Good job! I know exactly what you mean about TOM though. I go through the same thing. I've read different place though that being active helps you deal with that. I just the hard part is just having the get up and go first!

    Congrats on the 3 week sparkversary! emoticon
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