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Keep falling off track on the weekends

Monday, April 15, 2013

These past two weeks more so weekends have been a huge struggle for me and I keep eating everything I know I shouldn't be. During the week I stay on track, eat right,work out and everything is good. But the weekend comes around which means family, friends, going out and I just make really bad choices lately.

I'm really frustrated with myself because it's no ones fault but my own for the lack of self control and bad planning with my meals. Anyways one thing I will be doing is keeping an emergency stash of healthy food items in my car for the days when i'm on the go and really plan out my meals on the weekend and try my best to stick to it.
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    I'm doing the same thing. I don't know why we self sabotage ourselves then...crazy but we shall prevail!!!

    1891 days ago
  • KPACE7
    Weekends are tough, after putting in a full week, you feel you deserve a reward. Think of alternative rewards that aren't food relate and track those pesky calories.
    1891 days ago
    I have found myself on the weekends no matter the plans, arranging them around how I want my healthy lifestyle to be. Going out with friends means planning ahead such as healthy snacks, looking up menus online of potential places to eat as well as making sure to slide in some form of exercise before showering to head out. Do you usually decide on plans? Would it be possible to decide on healthier activities on the weekends like trail hiking, biking or some other physical activity? Just because it is physical activity doesn't mean you can't have fun. :) emoticon
    1891 days ago
    I feel you on that one!!! Weekends are tough, but I know that planning and keeping my motivations in my head at all times helps a lot

    You can do this!
    1891 days ago
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