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February 15, 2013

Friday, February 15, 2013

I had a wonderful Valentine's Day. I hope everyone else did as well. I went for a long walk in very cold weather and it was invigorating... once my face and toes thawed out. LOL Last night I ate very poorly, making good choices, but eating too much of everything I ate. Went over in calories and saw on the scale I am gaining again. My attitude: NO PROBLEM. Cut back, pull in the eating reigns. I have been exercising regularly. That is not lacking, which is good. So, today is a new day. Back on the right track and feeling good about how I am doing. I hate the feelings I feel when I know I shouldnt be eating anymore and I do anyway. Then I beat myself up mentally and feel guilty. I keep thinking, 'I should have listened to myself and not eaten. Now I feel bad.' Unfortunately, that doesnt stop me from doing it again the next time I crave the thrill of binging. So, I keep on gettting up and jumping back on track. For me, I am successful because even when I am weak for a time, I get back up and keep working on implementing what I have learned. I have a few pounds to lose to get back to where I aim to be.
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  • MPETERSON2311
    you are so composed! LOVE IT! So inspirational. I hope you don't beat yourself up too much (like i do)

    because...


    R> emoticon
    1924 days ago
  • WILSHAR7
    I have a lot of pounds to lose, but you sounded like you were talking about me. I know what I'm supposed to eat, but I just eat too much of it. I even measure it and track it and go over and it doesn't seem to bother me until after I've already eaten it. Then I get back on the right track the next day and wonder why I haven't lost any weight. Maybe I'm not a serious about losing weight as I should be. Thanks for helping me see ME!!
    1924 days ago
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