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Not proud.

Sunday, April 15, 2007

I'm not very proud of myself. I fell off the wagon. I'm sure I gained some of my weight back, but the important thing is that I'm back and I still want to succeed where I have failed so many times in the past. In the past when life causes me to get distracted from my fitness and nutrition goals I don't go back...until I get to a new, depressing, higher weight than before. The great thing in this case is that even if I did gain some of it back, I am back on track now. I will start tracking my food again tomorrow.

My goals are all still the same. I just need to get back into the groove of recording my food and exercise. I was really good about recording my steps even after I stopped recording my food. I stopped doing that recently after my step counter broke (it might just need a new battery). Either way, I need to start counting to 10K again.

BTW I just went shopping today and bought some clothes in the next smaller size! Holy cow!
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  • LUCIANA1950
    Don't fret about a little slipback. We all have those days but the main thing is to get back on track quickly and don't put yourself through a guilt trip. If we beat ourselves up, we focus on the negatives instead of the positives. You have lost weight that is the good news. Stick to that feeling of accomplishment. Luciana

    5135 days ago
    Don't be too hard on yourself. I fell off the wagon today as well, but somehow the total intake is'nt as bad as I expected. My main downfall is when I get stressed by something or someone. I use it as a temporary excuse. The emphasis being on TEMPORARY. Then I tell myself to get back in control again.
    5135 days ago
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