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BLC22 Weekend Challenge 3

Friday, June 21, 2013

"What is your biggest challenge this weekend with food? What is your plan for staying in control?"

Almost every Friday, like clockwork, I start to veer off track... take out food, chocolate, skipped workouts.. you know the deal. The idea is, I can get back at it on Monday. No harm done. So, here's my plan... be more realistic. Harm is done when you cheat all weekend. I'll track all weekend, get my 5 full servings of freggies, avoid my high calorie drink treats and do my workouts.
Simple enough, right?
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    So how did it go?
    2808 days ago
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    I can relate. You can do this! emoticon
    2811 days ago
    2811 days ago
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    I used to be a victim of weekends.. Friday evening 'release' from the high tension week of stress, time to relax its the weekend RIGHT... ummm yah... and then come Sunday I was a bloated, lethargic, crumby feeling mess... then comes what I called the 'Monday fluffies'.
    At some point I realized what I was doing to my poor body by allowing this vicious cycle to continue to happen. Just as I got it detoxed and back on track, it would be the weekend again.
    It was because I was sports an all or nothing mindset. During the week I was ON routine, perfect diet, perfect gym attendance, killed my week... and then the weekend had no regimen, after-all I should be able to relax right? NO.
    It wasnt until I started realizing I DO need routine and regimen EVERY DAY if I wanted success, that my weekends could be FUN and relaxed but I also needed to east well and NOT OVER-indulge did I get results. (-: I am sure my body is much happier and no more monday fluff-fest! (-:
    You got this!! Susie*
    2812 days ago
    Sounds like a plan!! Stay focused!! emoticon
    2812 days ago
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