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Day 64: Having a hard time

Sunday, November 03, 2019

This week was bad. It was rough. My car broke, my computer broke, I had a fight with a close friend. I was sad, I was depressed, and I admit that I fell off tracking my food for a few days. I kept exercising though. I thought I was doing ok. Then I weighed in on Saturday. I gained back a pound and a half.

I was defeated. It took me a month and a half to even hit the 5 pounds down mark, and here it was the very next week, completely wiped out. I spiraled yesterday. Fast food and lots of it. Yesterday was the worst day I had in the last 64 days.

I don't know what it was that hit me last night and made me put down the late night Taco Bell and decide to plan my meals for the upcoming week and schedule my work outs. But, I did. Then I woke up this morning and did a 30 minute walk run to my best pace since 2013.

I truly believe that being on this site and spending the time reading the lessons and taking the information to heart helped me keep the spiral to less than 24 hours and get myself back on track.

Also knowing that I have the support of teams and others going through the same situations and have advice and knowledge all their own is comforting. Even being able to write this to others than will judge me less than I judge myself and will be understanding is so soothing to me.

I never know how to end these blogs. I hope everyone is well!
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  • ANACORAZON
    You are your best friend. Be sweet to yourself! We all have ups and downs. Wishing you the best in reaching your goals! emoticon
    39 days ago
  • DEEDEE009
    We all slip up sometimes....we are all only human, it happens. Don't be too hard on yourself.

    Good for you, that you turned it around quickly and got right back on track!! emoticon emoticon
    And emoticon on that personal best.!
    Way to go! You got this!!!!

    41 days ago
  • LIL-VIXEN
    Hi

    Remember that "the struggle you are in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow."
    41 days ago
  • LESSOFMOORE
    Way to go on that personal best! You can do this! emoticon
    42 days ago
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