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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Had a bad day yesterday. Not exactly sure what caused it but I made some bad food choices. It all started with the call of the golden arches and the rest is history. I was on the road traveling and just ran out of time. I could have made a better choice and gone to a restaurant to order something healthy. I just felt so drained and wanted something quick and yummy. After I was done eating the guilt set in. I then made a decision, I could either beat myself up or move forward. I opted for the move forward option. Everyone has a bad day it is just what you do about it that decides what the future is going to look like. I want to lose weight and be healthy. I think that part of being healthy is also changing the negative self talk into something positive. Instead of focusing on all the mistakes that I made yesterday, I decided to focus on the good choices and accomplishments. GO ME!!
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    It is absolutely about changing how we handle our bumps in the road. Glad you didn't beat yourself up over the McDonald's lunch. You owned it! That is moving in the right direction. It's coming to terms with the issues over food. Holding ourselves accountable and being honest with ourselves. Those are the 2 big ones for me.

    For the longest time with weight watchers I didn't track all my food. The only one I was cheating was myself. I am coming to terms with that and tracking everything now.

    I can say it does get easier. I am much more forgiving with myself. We all have bad days, even weeks. Just keep putting one foot in front of the other and pretty soon you will be on the other side.

    Need someone to whine to feel free to holler at me.

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