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hard day

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Yesterday was a hard day and i found myself going back into the old trap of eating just because i didn't feel well. Some days it is really easy to give up and say that i will just eat so and so and not take into account calories and other things. emoticon
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    In a way, all days are hard but I am often motivated just by not wanting to go back to day one of a streak again---I think those are the hardest.
    1791 days ago
    I understand what your experiencing, there are many situations that can cause you to do this. Will power, self restraint, even exercise helps to control those issues. On hard days depending on the situation using my x-box Kinect along with my boxing game helps me to fight off what or whoever is stressing me out ( I just imagine their face on the other boxer and let them have it, sometimes my boys or even my game system will request I take break (I get so into it that I don't realize how much I'm working my body and prospering). All you need to do is find an activity that you can focus your attention on when you get that urge to eat whatever and give up on your diet. Make it fun, you can't just bore yourself by doing the same things all the time; if you find more exciting activities that can pull you in, you won't even feel like your working out and you won't have food near your mind in between meals and snacks.

    It's ok, we all have our missteps, just work on it and remember your doing it for you. emoticon
    1791 days ago
  • SWAN47
    It is hard when you fall back into old habits. Today is a new day and you are strong, determined to reach your goals so forget about yesterday - it's history. We all have those days. Today make it a great day full of healthy foods and exercise. Then give yourself a BIG hug. emoticon
    1791 days ago
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