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Monday, March 25, 2013

I am still not feeling so great. I have used that as an excuse to eat poorly. I was baking my husbands birthday cake and "tasted" TOO much. I feel like there is a giant balloon in my gut--no good.

I *did* walk the dogs three times, did Coach Nicoles's Bootcamp video and 10 minutes on WIi Fit. I just didn't get myself to walk the 2 miles I planned.

I have been drinking plenty of water too. So the day is not a complete loss.

Tomorrow is my shopping day, since I will be out and about it will be harder to skip my walk :)

I'm not giving up by any means, just confessing a little. And now I will get a shower and get ready for bed. I know my body needs to recover from the "yuck" that I've had.
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    The only thing I can say about making mistakes like that is that it helps from time to time to remember how crappy you feel during - and after. It helps me, when I crave things - to know that it not only isn't good for me down the road, but it isn't good for me now.

    Aside from that, though - you still kept other positive things in your life. You didn't give up - you didn't let it get you down to the point of giving in.

    Keep on going - you can do it - and always - always - remember you, too, are human.

    1913 days ago
    We all have times like that. The beauty is that we can start again at any point. Forgive ourselves for what we did today and move forward. Hope you feel much better soon.
    1913 days ago
    It is hard to get back on track with diet when you have been sick. Sounds like your day overall was good with the water and exercise. Glad you are getting over your illness.
    1913 days ago
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  • DARJR50
    everybody slips once in a while
    1914 days ago
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