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So that's what happens....

Thursday, May 16, 2013

when you binge eat for 3 weeks straight. You gain 7 lbs. Have horrible acne and breakouts. Feel like crap. Low energy.

It's like I pushed the rewind button and now find myself in the unhealthy past, bordering on out of control. But I decided to give myself a little reality check and stepped on the scale this morning.

139.2 emoticon

Well, I shouldn't be that shocked really, when all I've been consuming for the past 2 weeks is junk food and starches. And fat.

I think I'm ready to get back on track, once again, for what feels like the millionth time. And I'm wondering, will it stick this time? Will I be able to stay on track?

I have my friend's graduation party tomorrow (Friday) and then my sister's on Saturday (we're going camping, weather permitting). Then I am going to start Sunday healthfully.

I'm stopping this abuse of my body. The first step was the reality of seeing where I've gotten myself back to with my terrible eating. Now the next step is to move forward and get back to my routine.

I'm so ready to see and feel results! emoticon emoticon
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    Thanks for all the support! I sort of felt like all was lost, but like SDLEE said, I'm trying to make the focus on staying healthy day-t0-day and not so much about the "finish line".... It can be so hard though sometimes, especially when I'm super goal-oriented and task-motivated!! (Although, apparently not motivated enough, hah!)
    1860 days ago
    I'm right there with you except i havent made it to the scale though. I'm trying to come up with an airtight plan. I really struggle with planning so maybe that will help. All i know is keep fighting!
    1860 days ago
  • SLEE103
    Aww friend, I've been having the same feelings and problems lately. It is what it is. If you haven't been eating as healthy for 3 weeks now and you know how it makes you feel, try to get back in the game sooner rather than later next time (because there will be a next time, life is life! but the more you can train yourself to get back up sooner and quicker, you'll feel better).

    I keep training my brain that it's not about the finish certain weight goal or date or age you should "be there by now." All of it is a process an in general, as long as you're striving for healthy and "staying on track" for your life as a whole you'll feel and look better! emoticon
    1860 days ago
  • IRP1114
    You can do it girl! Get right back to your routines and that weight will be off in no time ; )
    1862 days ago
  • ONION926
    I sent you a message about the sparkteam Accountability to the Finish Line and a link to their page. I don't know if you'd be interested in joining, but everyone there is super nice and supportive, and you even get a "buddy" to hold you accountable, and for you to hold accountable in return.

    1864 days ago
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