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Trying to turn from the bad to the good for the Day and Outcome

Thursday, June 27, 2013

So most of my meals today were high calorie but also high in protein just trying to balance my diet out. Today is only day two and I feel I did better today than yesterday until I had a moment of weakiness and I ended up buying reese's peanut butter cups my ALL TIME FAVORITE! but also the worst thing that I could have.. I almost ended up eating the whole bag as unfortunately I usually do. But even with that I feel like I did well today. I mean I made some steps In the right direction but of course I still need a lot of work and improvement.
I was able to get my 8 cups of water in today which is a plus but I should be drinking more than that. I'm not expecting any weightloss in fact I'm just happy I'm starting to focus on me and that I am attempting and will make a life change again.
Just have to keep reminding myself that I am not just doing this for myself but for my family. And since my little one is already a little over 5 months I don't want her to feel like she has to weigh herself every day or have to eat like a toothpick. I know if I start healthy habits and get them going with my family that we'll have a better chance. Also I need to keep reminding myself it'll improve our well being.
I quess even with the bad day today it's nice to feel that since of encouragement in myself to feel like I will do this it may take me sometime but I will get there. Just need to keep pushing myself and keep trying. And it will lead into a habit. Just need to give it a chance.
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  • MALAMI518
    Start with small steps and focus on the positive as you are doing. What you did well is more important than what you did wrong. You can learn from your mistakes and keep moving forward.

    1817 days ago
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