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Day 21 - feeling guilty

Monday, August 26, 2013

I spent Friday night with friends at a local bar celebrating a friend's moving out of state. It was a great night full of great memories and lots of vodka. Too much vodka. I spent all day Saturday on the couch recovering from the massive amounts of vodka and lack of dinner from the night before. I also spent the day "feeding my hangover." Lots of greasy comfort food and soda. Zero water. Yep, zero water. Sunday wasn't much better. I had a birthday gathering for another friend at my house and had promised to make lasagna for everyone which I did, but my lasagna is a calorie extravaganza. Another failure on the calorie front. Did I mention we also had dessert? The worst part about all the eating and drinking is I know I will be extra hungry the next couple of days because my body will be thinking I am not eating enough when I go back to the amount I should be eating......bad choices = bad consequences.

I'm back on the wagon today. Brought my gym bag to work and plan to use it. 53 days until the zombie walk and not a pound lost as far as I can tell.

Hoo Rah!

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  • AMOS76
    Thanks friends! I will keep pushing! : )
    1756 days ago
  • MJREIMERS
    I think one day of "celebrating" won't undo all you've accomplished. Just move on. It's in the past and the journey is before you! You can do it, so keep at it!

    I know that you want to lose some before the zombie walk, but I don't think the zombies will be looking to see how much you weigh...well, maybe your brain! emoticon

    Hang in there!
    1756 days ago
  • JOHNMARTINMILES
    No need to feel guilty. Stuff happens. Put the past in the past, live in the present and anticipate the future

    Make Today the Greatest Day of Your Life

    emoticon Until Tomorrow!

    1757 days ago
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