Rough day

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Man oh man. It's only a bit after 11 am where I am and I'm already having a rough day. Struggled right on into a big huge Otis spunkmeyer muffin. Thrown off my whole day of macros by doing that. I don't feel super bad about it, I'll get back on track with the rest of my day, but I just can't believe that I can't stay away from all the carbs, especially the bad ones.
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    I think sometimes we just grab things by habit. I was passing out donut holes to kids in my class for a birthday party and I had one almost in my mouth before I remembered that I was on a 30 day challenge. Before you think I may be bragging about not eating the donut hole, I will admit I did not make it 30 days on the challenge but like you said, we can get back on track. emoticon
    1268 days ago
  • IDITA34
    I've done that too! No worries just keep pushing. Drink lots of water and have more good snack options around! Thats what I've done.
    1268 days ago
    I know exactly how you feel. I did the same thing on Monday. When I had tracked my food at the end of the day, I was over by the amount of calories in that blueberry muffin! It is a never-ending battle, but you are not alone. We just have to avoid situations where the muffins are available until we have built up our habits to the point that they are "bands of steel." Getting off track occasionally is OK, but going off too often means we are just derailed.
    1268 days ago
  • BOBBI913
    Dont let it get to you, work out a way to resist next time by have a good but yummy snack with you. You sound like you know what your doing, just keep at it!
    1268 days ago
    It's a process. Accept and celebrate the victories you have it in you to make now. And be open to bright changes to come.
    1268 days ago
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