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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

i am not getting on the scale today


i ate half a bag of potato chips yesterday

i could have stoped at one handful but i didn't . so here i am , starting over again today.

but i am happy with myself to say that the past few months i have been pretty good about not over eating. that is saying a lot for me!

well, hope you have a good day ..... it will be summer b4 we know it! hooray! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    Been there, done that. It never gets any easier. The other night I ate a huge piece of restaurant coconut cream pie, you know the size, restaurant, enough for two to three people. It didn't end there, I also ate two pieces of banana nut bread, restaurant again. I had brought dinner home from the restaurant carry-out. I guess I thought I could hide it. WRONG! We've all done things like this before. But I did it and I'm going on. I'm not going to be defeated by the scale. I've stressed myself out before over this same situation over and over again, but I made it through it and I keep picking myself up, I've learned not to keep beating myself up. The more I let it bother me the more stress I become and the more weight I gain. I'm learning to forgive myself and move on. So strive to do better the next time. Allow youself some of those potato chips daily. You might see that you do not want them so much that you binge on them. Have a GREAT HEALTHY DAY! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1898 days ago
    I kinda felt the same way because I ate 2 huge cookies, but then I remembered it was "Fat Tuesday" and so I let it go :) You have to indulge sometimes, so don't let it get you down! Good luck in your journey, I'm sure you're going to do great!!! emoticon
    1898 days ago
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