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OOOOOOOOPs...Jan. 16th

Friday, January 16, 2015

I had kept within my calorie limit.... up until about an hour ago.

It is 9:00 p/m . I had finished making out bills and for some reason, I ate a cookie...then another and then another.

I believe I felt I deserved the cookies. Kind of a celebration for doing something I had been procrastinating about.

Why did I need to celebrate with food...just because I made out bills?

Any is out of my remainder of the evening and tomorrow are all new starts.

After I finished writing this blog....I grabbed a small handful of chips....thankfully that was all and they were baked Lays
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    Oops days are learning days. emoticon
    2304 days ago
    Hang in there. All of us have been there, done that. It is getting back on track.You can do it Callie! Believe in you!!!
    2310 days ago
  • BEBARB149
    One cookie is ok but it's soooo hard to stop at one. I can't keep them in the house our I binge so I've trained myself not to buy cookies or the ingredients to bake them (at least most of the time ;-) ).
    2311 days ago
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    A small pause, and today you can be right back on track. Kudos for stopping at just a couple, I would most likely have half the bag, dunked in milk!
    2311 days ago
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    I used to reward myself with food too. I saw a blog yesterday that said Don't reward yourself with food. Your not a dog. Got to keep that in mind. My husband rewards his dog every time she goes out to pee!!!! She is fat as a pig too.....
    2311 days ago
  • MM11113
    Have a hot cup of tea or coffee to help settle. I know exactly how you feel, it sneaks up on you and BOMP, the day is destroyed. But, you know what, it isn't really. It is over, and you can do it.
    2312 days ago
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