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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Weighed myself today and I'm paying for the weekend food fest! I didn't plan it that way but this is what happened:

Friday: The one night this weekend I had planned to go wild! Rodizio and drinky-drinks were on the menu for the evening. I was blowing off steam with my BFF and we were gonna say to hell with the diet!

Saturday: Saturday morning was taken over by my overindulging the night before and breakfast was at iHop. At that point I had a bite of a pancake and some hash browns. It was the only thing I could keep down. Saturday night turned into another food fest because I ended up going to dinner with friends and they ordered. Nothing terribly unhealthy/deep fried but just too much food!

Sunday: Lunch we all headed to City Island and had seafood...I love scallops! Since we were all stuffed and didn't want dinner we headed over to hang out at a friend's house and snacked on cheese (uber weakness), wine and pastries.

So what was the common catalyst in this disaster? Lack of self control, my BFF and socializing. I don't know if it means I haven't found my happy medium during the week which is why my body/brain tells me to EAT on the weekends or if I just go hog wild because I can!

It's a puzzle I'm determined to figure out.
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  • MAGIK0731
    I am sure the drinky-drinks didn't help in food choices, been there! However if you find that you overindulge on the weekend could it be that you are depriving yourself during the week, being too strict? I know that has happened to me before. I eat really well during the week then the weekend comes and it can be a free-for-all. This past weekend I was GUILTY of eating like an oinker BUT I did hit the park for some cardio Sat & Sun. That still doesn't justify the thin 'n crispy veggie pizza I had, I could've done worse but I digress. Anyway, it's all about balance and we will find it fore sure! Good luck!
    1853 days ago
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