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I knew it would happen

Saturday, September 18, 2010

I'm not gonna beat myself up for it but I will rant about it cause I knew better. I thought today was gonna be a good day exercise wise it was but food wise was not. I did very poor on that. The Alabama football game was today and I became over whelmed with all the junk food in the house and i couldn't take it I dove in like a pig. I hate the sinful cheese puffs, I ate to sinful cookies, drank 3 sodas, 2 sandwiches. Oh it didn't stop there. No I had 5 more cookies after the game ended. I really didn't know I did that bad. Yes its the weekend, but I could of handled myself better than what I did this afternoon. Not to mention there is still tons and tons of junkfood in the house with no place to go but into my tummy or someone else's tummy who happens to pop over. I can't believe I did this, I will not turn back into that person I was before May. May was the new start to the rest of my life no sense in messing it all up now. Now its water water water. I'm giving up everything I love right here and now, coffee, all the junk food is fixing to go I'm sending it else where. These stupid cigerettes WILL NOT be my crutch anymore. I don't need a crutch. I'm making changes that I should of made 4 months ago when I started out. I think I'll be more successful doing it this way. Tonight, anything and everything I see that will cause me to fail is going out of this house into someone else's. Take that junk food you're outta here!

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    Wow!!!! Please stop beating yourself up!! It happens!!! Can you throw all the junk in the trash? No one else needs it either. As for the coffee, and cigs, I admire you wanting to stop, but take it from me, don't do ALL of it at once. One step at a time, you will get where you want to be, I promise. Oh and if you do want to stop smoking, I can recommend a great support site, that I used. emoticon
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