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DAY 8 GOOD WEEK, BAD WEEKEND!

Sunday, May 02, 2010

So i have been doing great i have been sticking to my plan and eating within my goals this week. but then saturday arrived and i was craving really bad i wanted chocolate, crisps and a kebab!!!

I didn't give in though and kept on track, but then sunday arrived, it started out ok,i had my bran flakes and banana and 2 glasses of water, then i took the kids out and had to take them for some lunch, and i went for the healthiest option a roast beef salad, but they had sticky toffee pudding and i just had to have some!

The sweet tooth won and i got some chocolate for coming home too and i have just stuffed my face with that aswell and i feel awful after all that hard work last week i have just ruined it.

I am getting back again and luckily i haven't gone over any of my goals but i just feel so let down in myself and need some support.
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  • TWEETYKC00
    don't feel bad. you're still with us and trying. get up in the morning and start fresh.
    3503 days ago
  • FOOFIT1
    Noooo! If you haven't gone over any of your goals, what are you blaming yourself for??? You can easily lose weight if you keep to your calorie ranges! You can't worry yourself over eating some sweet or chocolate occasionally. In fact, sweets can be a normal part of life so long as they fit into your eating plan! The only problem with them is that they tend to make people crave more often than they would if they didn't eat sweets at all. But if you can't live without them (and at this point, I can't), then you should by all means treat yourself to some within your daily goals! You can do this!!! Don't beat yourself up because you haven't done anything wrong!!!!!

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    3504 days ago
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