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binge hang over

Monday, September 07, 2015

Blah! Totally binged yesterday and went way over my calorie count. Had trouble focusing yesterday so I did a lot of mindless eating. At least I think I got it all tracked. I forgot to take my pop corn paper bag with me to the theatre, so I know I ate more than I should have. I put a Talley Mark on a napkin every time I went for popcorn out of Mike's bag. Though now that I'm thinking about it, I forgot to track the Dr pepper. Not going to go back. Starting over today. Did my morning although in with the Wii. Confessed that I ate too much yesterday when the evil thing said you gained 3 pounds yesterday, let's think about the reason for your gain. Then it gave me a peep talk about eating in moderation.

I don't know about anyone else, but on days like today when I know I fell short, I feel like a surly teen. "I know! I know! I know! Get off my back about it." Lol no wonder my parents never had to discipline me. The look was enough. Back on track today.
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  • PATTI_PAL1
    This Wii thing sounds interesting. Tell me about it sometime.

    We all have those days. You've got back "on the wagon" and you figured out what to do about it. I'm impressed that you actually LOGGED all that. My usual is to "forget" the extra calories I add after I have logged the planned food for the day. I'm working on that...
    2076 days ago
  • KELLIEBEAN
    I hear ya! One day doesn't derail you. Jump right back on track. It's all good.

    Here's to a great week ahead!


    2077 days ago
  • SA555Y
    We all have bad days. Just brush your self off learn the things you can from it an start a new day wiser. No beating your self up. Your just cont to sabotage your self. You can do it.
    2077 days ago
  • ASFUQUEA
    oh how I can relate! Not beating ourselves up the next day is the hardest.
    2077 days ago
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