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Monday, July 29, 2013

I don't even know where to begin. Week 1 went great, I fought off evil food thoughts, I went to the gym 4 days out of the week, I stayed within my nutrition goals and I went grocery shopping and got lots of healthy food options.

And this week...what have I done...NOT A DAMN THING! I haven't been to the gym, I attempted to take some of my healthy food to work today, I didn't take enough so I was starving by the time I got home and wasn't in the mood to cook to dinner I went, where I devoured chips, salsa, white cheese dip and carnitas tacos A LOT of carnitas tacos!

How did things go so wrong? This is what happens every time I start out good. Maybe I was too strict on myself last week and I am overcompensating this week. I don't know but I am just frustrated and disappointed. I know I will survive this and get back on track...I just hope it's not 2 years from now like it has been in the past.

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    Thanks! I got a good nights sleep, did a bunch of prayin' and I packed plenty of fruits/veggies and lunch to survive today! I have stuff out and ready to be cooked for dinner so I have no excuses! You are definitely right we all have bad days/weeks, I have been dealing with a lot of changes and stresses and I know I am an emotional eater, so I think it got the best of me the last few days. But I am making today a better day and not even going to worry about the last few that weren't so fantastic!
    1725 days ago
    Don't let one bad day/week set you off track. If we all did that none of us would be where we are now. Each day is a new start! Just keep pushing!!! emoticon
    1725 days ago
    Just focus on turning it around! We all have bad days, learn from it and move forward! emoticon emoticon
    1725 days ago
    keep it up
    1725 days ago
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