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uphill battle

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

first i fell off the wagon, and now i am trying to get back on the wagon, but it seems to be headed uphill at the present moment. i am letting every little 'thing' along the way turn into a lie i tell myself for 'allowing' myself to 'eat better' and 'nourish my body' etc., etc., etc.,
yup, i am being hard on myself, but i am not being honest with myself right now about what i am eating and why i am eating so....
i guise it under 'i need more nutrition while i am healing' - heck - i've healed incision is looking awesome
'i need extra protein because i am weight training more now' - heck, what a great way to see the pounds drop off versus pile on!
'i am just too tired to fix proper food' - but you have extra time to drive out of your way to get fast food when there is good food at home???? duh...that is a no-brainer
'i don't have enough money this month to eat properly' - and I can afford to eat poorly???
'i want to use up the nutritional shakes' - then do girl!
see...everywhere i turn there is an answer for everything...
now just to take those juicy lemons and make them into lemonade, and stop with the yo-yo. emoticon
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    1791 days ago
    I believe that your being able to recognize where you are going wrong is a vital first step on the road to success.

    Make one change at a time - like determining not to allow yourself to purchase any fast food - no matter what. Soon you won't even miss it & be wondering how on earth you ever enjoyed that "garbage". emoticon emoticon

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    God bless!
    1793 days ago
    baby steps...pick one thing and change it. Next day - pick one more... and so on. You can do it! Slow and steady wins the race!
    1793 days ago
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