Decade Goal Reboot Day 4

Thursday, April 04, 2013

Weight: 186.0
I caved in and ordered dinner between work and a meeting. I'd planned to be just a little under my calories and not worry about it, but I'd been busy at work and had skipped one of my planned snacks and was hungry. So I ordered shrimp green curry with brown rice to go, and then made sure I only ate half of it. That was all good.

Then someone brought little home made muffins to the meeting. They only had natural sugar (honey or agave) and weren't all that sweet, and they were tiny mini muffins. I had 3. I didn't touch the (also home made) chocolate chip cookies the same nice person brought. When I got home from the meeting I was craving a bit, probably cuz of the muffins being just sweet enough to spark the cravings. I didn't touch the cookies I'd made for my hubby (he's out of town again for 3 days). But I did have 6 little wedges of short bread. I know it's fairly low in sugar, but it probably still counted as a sweet. However, given that I resisted all the other things, and didn't really do too badly with what I did cave in to, I'm giving myself a sparkly sticker for the day anyway. However, the sweets, being a bit over my calories, and the salt from the curry is probably why I was up almost a pound this morning. *shrug* whatever. This is a process. I'm eating well today and it'll be fine.
I also got stuck at work last night and missed my appointment with my Chiropractor (rescheduled for Tuesday) so I didn't get her to check out my ankle again. But it feels really good and so close to normal. If it weren't pouring rain most of the day, I'd feel fine walking on it. It's been over a week since I rolled it, I think I can get back into exercising again tomorrow or this weekend.

I am worth. I can do this. I am nurturing my body.
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    I love your mantra. It makes me smile everytime I read it. You ARE worth it. You CAN do this. You ARE nurturing your body. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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