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stumbled, but not much

Thursday, October 05, 2017

Yesterday I stumbled a little. Hubby had a cherry pie and felt bad for eating it all himself, so I broke my evening no snack rule and had a piece. He cut off the crust on the back of it I never like it anyway, but still it has a lot of sugar. In all honesty I could have said no and he would have let it go at that, but in secret I think I wanted that piece of pie.
today I'll try to be better about my evening snack. That is the one area that I am absolutely certain is always messing me up. When I can get away with no snacking at night I do much better losing a little bit of the weight. But knowing it and doing it are still two different things.
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  • KOFFEENUT
    Yeah, it's hard not to snack in the evening when DH is. If I can plan for the calories and find something that fits it works much better!
    1208 days ago
  • ONTHEPATH2
    Yep, I've done that too. Forgive yourself, move on, don't let it rent space in your head, it's in the past, you can't change it now! Just don't let it become a habit! Sometimes those little stumblings slow us down, but in the long run, help us to stay on our path. What is life without ever having a little cherry pie? Dang but the key is keep it a little.... and that is where I stumble!

    You can do it!
    1208 days ago
  • HOMEAGENTJNW
    I have been there and done that. I have found that by denying myself the evening snack I tend to eat something “bad” the next day. When I get the craving I eat sweet fruit like berries or a peach, etc. it is all about changing habits. You got this.
    1208 days ago
  • PLCHAPPELL
    Don't beat yourself up. Today is a new day.
    1208 days ago
  • SUNSHINE99999
    Many of us have been there so do not despair. Today will be better! emoticon
    1208 days ago
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