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A cheat meal won't kill me

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Sometimes I feel like I haven't changed that much, but then I look back on the last two months of my life. I went from soda being the only form of hydration I had to drinking only water (and the occasional coffee because I'm addicted). I went from eating what probably ended up being somewhere around 2,500 calories a day to creating a deficit every single day. Tonight I was thinking that the last week hasn't been the best. I went out to eat three days in a row last week, but I thought about what I actually ate each time. I ate half of what I used to and was comfortably full. I did not lose any weight last week, because I know I still ate too much, but that's progress for me. This is a lifestyle change, not just a diet, and it's important that I learn what I need to succeed. Sometimes it's necessary for me to eat what I want in that moment to keep me on the right track in the long run. I don't regret going out those three days, because I'm learning to make this part of my life, and now I am getting right back to where I need to be. It's been well over a month now of me being healthier and I am doing better than I ever have before, and I can't wait to see what the next months will bring.
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  • BEACHCALSIX
    So true, I always remind myself of how far I've come. Even though I have regain I still remember how I used to eat and it shocks me. Great job with all the new healthy habits you're creating. The more we do them the more likely they'll be permanent!
    1108 days ago
  • JUSTSTICKWITHIT
    Great job changing your life!!
    1111 days ago
  • SEXYMOMMOM1
    I hear u!
    1111 days ago
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