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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Ok so I messed up...

Last night while watching Harry Potter 2 I ate 2 pieces of pizza and 2 bread sticks, along with about 6 mini reices cups....UGH I feel like a failure!

I know its not going to change much. It's not going to make me gain pounds or anything, I'm just really ashamed that I gave in when I've been doing so good!

These next couple of days, I'm going to be extremely proactive and watch myself. Today at lunch I was extra careful, and at dinner I'm going to have to be too.

Maybe I'll do an extra 10 minutes of cardio just to help lift this weight off my shoulders ;) ;)

Wish me luck!

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  • JULISABROCAR
    okay, my comments:
    a) 2 pieces - that's not so horrible.. even with the 6 Reeses, as you pointed out it isn't a days worth of calories. Now I'm no binge expert, but the amount seems far from failure category. I wouldn't recommend it everyday, but of course you know that. I just wanted to point out that it seems far from a disaster!
    b) you stopped - hopefully that is relief for you too! I know the want to make up for it feeling and getting back on the wagon NOW is perfect - you didn't even wait till the next day
    c) about the "guilty blogs" - sure, it's painful to see a fellow Sparker go through tough times, but at the same time, it's nice to have honest blogs like yours that show us that perfection is not required for success in life! You WILL do it!!
    4334 days ago
  • AKAYCAT
    I totally understand. It can be totally devestating when we allow ourselves to overindulge. I have been there many times. You caught yourself in time though - keep it up.

    PS my girls broke my scale a few weeks ago - so it is on my to buy list.
    4334 days ago
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