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Fell off the wagon.. For FIVE days!

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

I stopped dieting or exercising for the past five days and have been feeling blah about it. I guess I really am making a life change because I was starting to feel.. I don't know.. Not exactly guilty... But like I needed to work out and watch what I was eating. I feel bloated and disgusting. I have pigged out so much today on junk food. But the good news is that instead of saying to hell with my diet.
I was saying Please healthy food come back!

Its so weird that this time I am actually wanting the healthy food. Every other time I would just fall off the wagon and be done with my diet and exercising, not looking back at my healthy food again. But this time I am looking forward to waking up in the morning and getting my oatmeal and cooking my tilapia.

So just making a blog about how happy I am that I am getting right back on the horse after not eating anything healthy for awhile. Slowly but surely I am working toward that healthier me and the old junk food me is looking WAY LESS appealing. :)
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  • CRUMP8470
    What do I do after falling off the wagon? Start over? Or continue where I left off? Please share with me your experience and suggestions. emoticon
    2166 days ago
  • CRUMP8470
    This past week was my birthday week and I knew I would fall off. So instead of feeling guilty every time I pigged out on dinners and desserts, I decided that I would get back on as soon as the celebrations were over. Even though, I still feel I've sabotaged myself just a little. emoticon
    2166 days ago
    We all fall off at some point. Get right back on it and look forwards.You got this!!
    2222 days ago
    We all fall off the wagon the important part is realizing you have to get back on! Congrats for getting back on and continuing the battle to lose weight! Just keep reminding yourself why your doing this and that will help you stay motivated!
    2222 days ago
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