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What the??? What was I thinking?

Monday, February 10, 2020

Sorry to be unusually negative here. But I need to be honest with myself and also commit to doing better.

Blew the whole food plan, I really did! I overdid it this weekend.

Accountability means something to me.

To be transparent with you...

Mini tacos from Jack in the Box
fried food from a Cajun restaurant
Greek food (not the healthy kind) dolmas, falafel, spanikopida and baklava (not sure on spelling)
Proseco wine (2)
3 egg rolls and sweet and sour sauce
Frosted cupcakes (2)
Most of a box of junior mints at the movies

I am not sure what got into me! I failed to plan and guess what? I failed. Period. No excuses!

I only exercised 30 min on Saturday. I didn't drink water either. Barely 28 ounces yesterday.

Now I feel icky, sluggish and my whole body hurts. I even have sinus and allergy issues!

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Now for the positive.

This stops here and right now.

I have healthy snacks and my water bottle is filled and right next to my computer.

I got up and took a quick walk this morning. I was also on time for work.

I have a healthy lunch and dinner plan.

I will take a walk again downtown on my lunch break. I need to pick up my meds 4 blocks away.

Get to bed on time by 10 PM.

Get on the bike and meditate when I get home.

Turning this boat around.


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  • no profile photo CD25372332
    I admire your transparency. Now get back on the horse. You've got this!
    113 days ago
  • 257MAGGIE
    Good luck getting back on your plan!
    113 days ago
  • KPHEALTHY4LIFE
    Changing takes time, great job identifying what happened and why. Great plan to be taking care of your health today. YOU got this!
    113 days ago
  • LISAMARIE2015
    Best wishes!
    113 days ago
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