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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

I woke up today on the wrong side of the bed. I didn't make it to the gym, I didn't eat a healthy breakfast, I ate fast food for lunch and then Topped the day off with Kraft macaroni and cheese. I just didn't have the fight in me today.

I didn't think it would matter, it was just one day. Then I read my Spark coach for the day, the day after. Spark Guy says" When you think that a choice to eat a certain food or skip a workout only has an impact in the immediate future, remember all the other areas of your life (and goals) that will be impacted, and you'll be more likely to stick with those good habits." ZINGER... Right between the eyes. I woke up two pounds heavier, and eating off program with all those poor nutritional choices set me up for cravings and a binge last night. I was a slug at home, lacking energy and didn't do the nightly chores.. waking up to a dirty kitchen, a food hangover but my resolve is back. I'm going to have a good breakfast, get some good cardio in, plan my lunch and be productive at work.
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    It is true that the bad decisions don't seem to be isolated and stand alone...they lead to the other bad choices and negative consequences that we are trying to overcome. So, all the decisions do matter. Hmmm. Interesting. Hope you had a good 1st day of June! We can do this! One day at a time! Keep up the good work! Thanks for the encouragement! Spark on! emoticon emoticon
    1848 days ago
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    Tomorrow is another day. If you feel like you are getting out of bed on the wrong side tomorrow get back in bed and get up from the other side. emoticon Stay strong!
    1859 days ago
    That's OK. It happens to all of us. Tomorrow will be better!
    1859 days ago
    Never give up. Tomorrow is another day! emoticon emoticon
    1859 days ago
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