Off Track Weekend....and what I learned

Monday, February 11, 2013 is amazing how quickly you can not only fall off the wagon, but get run over by it!!! After a focused week, I woke up ready to break the naughty weekend cycle and did pretty well on Saturday. I had a spinach omelet for breakfast, only ate half the pancakes (and skipped the butter), and had fruit instead of potatoes. Managed to finish the day on track and squeezed in a little workout too. THEN, we opened a box of Girl Scout cookies and I ate four. and I went to bed with a very cranky stomach. I was nauseated and felt like my stomach was full of stones. Lesson learned, right???

WRONG!!! I made cookies for a Share the Love event at Taylor's school tomorrow. And of course, during the rolling, cutting, frosting, decorating cycle, I was tempted and ate a few.....NOT good. I once again found myself reaching for ginger tea to settle a stomach that had too much sugar floating around in it. The good news is dinner was vegetarian and solid which really helped and I didn't have lunch as I felt too icky. The calorie damage wasn't awful, but I am really amazed at how quickly my body rejected the bad food.

So, I am going to be seriously on track. i don't like feeling that way, and I am going to choose better food today and clear that crap out!!
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    Well what I see is that even though you felt like you were run over by the wagon you did things right. You worked out, ate several good, healthy meals and tracked your meals. You will be okay. It is interesting how your body does not like it when we give it food we don't normally eat and that we really don't need. I did that on Saturday night and oh my stomach was not happy when I went to bed too.
    Here is to a clean slate and to a great week.
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    2230 days ago
  • LJOYCE55
    Wow, I so want my stomach to treat me that way. It would really help to keep me on track. Thank you for sharing.
    2230 days ago
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