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Flip the switch

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

I have been doing really well this year. However, the switch was flipped today. I could not settle the cravings. I ate pizza, cheese & crackers, chocolate. I can usually have each of those things in moderation. Not today. I'm not sure what set me off. I'll be writing in my journal trying to digure it out.

Tomorrow is a new day.
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  • JANET552
    It's just one day. So forget it and move on to the great day you'll have today!
    3096 days ago
  • no profile photo EVIE4NOW
    Don't beat yourself up, just start over tomorrow.
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    3096 days ago
  • no profile photo CD13466580
    emoticon Don't let one day ruin every day. Just pick up and get back on track. Tomorrow is a new day. I have found that if I read the label on something I think I cannot live without that I usually realize all the other things I could eat that would be so much more nutritious for the amount of Carbohydrates that are in whatever I am craving (it is usually a Carbohydrate laden food). If I just absolutely think I cannot live without it, I take only whatever is one serving and put the rest away so I at least do not "overeat" whatever it is. As time goes on though, I am finding I would just rather pass it up for something else that I will get more out of... like some protein or a larger serving of a favorite vegetable.
    3096 days ago
  • JIBBIE49
    You don't have to swallow that stuff when you know it is about cravings. Spit it out. Keep some PROTEIN in the refrigerator like turkey, chicken, hard boiled eggs, so when you want to eat like that you can have protein and cut your cravings down.
    3096 days ago
  • ZRIE014
    enjoy but be careful. emoticon
    3096 days ago
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