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I've lost the track!

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

UH...I seemed to have taken a wrong turn and am struggling getting back on course.

I will not quit!

What I've done right: Burned 2500 calories 6 days last week (Sundays off). Burned 2500 calories yesterday and today.

Made my 10,000 step goal.

What I've done wrong:
EAting eating eating. Stress eating. Emotional eating. eating when bored. Eating when tired.

Starting off the day with good intentions.
Ending the day with a tummy ache from over-indulgence.

Its frustrating when you start everyday saying, "Today is a new day" and end everyday saying, "Tomorrow is a new day".

I'm not sure what the solution is. I know it only takes ONE day to get back on track. I just need to make the decision to do it.

I can do this!
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  • LIZZY_BEAR
    I seems like i read this at the right time

    im going through the same thing

    im not sure how i headed on this downhill but its been a weak and not only eating bad food but alot of it :(
    4453 days ago
  • BTHECHANGE
    "stress eating, emotional eating, eating when bored, eating when tired"
    ... Gosh I hear ya, I get that totally. We have learned that eating is what is going to relieves the stress, lessen the emotions and trying good food relieves the boredom and etc.... On some level we are just trying to take care of ourselves and make ourselves happy. We are NOT weak... we are trying to take care of ourselves. It just happens that the way in which we are caring for ourselves is eating and is not really helping in the long run. We both are on this journey and for me, I know I have to find new ways to care for myself.
    Keep at it... emoticon
    4453 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/14/2009 10:11:05 PM
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