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Wobbly Wagons

Thursday, July 10, 2014

You would think wagons would be constructed with more stability considering the ease of falling off of them! I spent about two weeks with no binging but also a hectic schedule that slowly increased what i was eating until I had a real gain.

I miss my kid who has another week in a developing country, who decided checking in was an infringement on his experience. A spouse who lately has had more downs than ups, and for myself the desire to crawl into a stack of books and avoid the world.

I forced myself on Monday to rededicate myself to being healthy. It's been a rough week. I feel good about filling in my food journal. It just sucks being closer to 215 than 210.

I need to plan out dinner tonight and a healthy snack for tomorrow night. I am feeling uninspired. I have a very busy weekend ahead of me, and I'm not feeling a lot of joy.



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  • ANGELCITYGAL
    One foot in front of the other. One pound at a time. You have what it takes! Just don't quit.
    Never, never, never, never give up. -- Winston Churchill.
    2056 days ago
  • MANDOLYN462
    I too fell off the wagon, on Day Two (?!) of being back to sparking, no less!
    i don't even have a good excuse, other than being really lazy last night and diving into goldfish (crackers) .... just cause they were there.

    Starting anew anew .... that's all we can do. emoticon
    2056 days ago
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