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Monday, June 23, 2014

So, last week was a bust with traveling and being away. I binge ate Tuesday, Sick all day Wednesday with a stomach bug, Thursday, I took it easy and Friday was good until dinner but I did workout. Saturday was good until dinner but I worked out. Sunday was a total bust.

I meal prepped the whole week Sunday. I have dinners planned around my gym time so I should be good to go for the week. No excuses!

I am getting nervous about the bach / ette parties. Fi and his friends drink excessively when they are out and I worry about him. I hope his friends take care of him that night! I do not want anything to happen to them... plus it will be a holiday weekend so cops will be everywhere and drunk drivers will be out. I am a worry wart!

I really need to buckle down. I thought I would be a lot farther in this then I currently am. I expected to be under 180 and I am still over 190. It is frustrating but I am making lifestyle changes.. not a diet change. This is forever and I need to keep going.
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  • NIMIRRA137
    Good job prepping for the whole week!

    Is there a way you can talk to one of his friends about staying sober and designated driving everyone or can they do taxis, party bus, etc? I went to a bachelorette for my cousin's fiance this weekend and she had a party bus, it was $32 a person and we didn't have to worry about driving. I did have to drive home after the fact which is an issue but if you make sure it picks up from your fiance's place he can be dropped off there too?
    1489 days ago
  • SPICEMWE
    Way to go, preparing food for the week! I find that if I do that, I'm way more successful! Congrats!!

    We can do this, girl! We GOT this.
    1489 days ago
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