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Day 5 Accountability...A Great one!!

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Saturday I made good choices all day. I worked out, but didn't over do it to compensate for over eating on Friday (I am guilty of working out too much sometimes). I stuck to my planned eating, and even had a social event later in the evening. I ate just a few tastes of the healthy foods provided as a snack. I actually was under my calories for the day by about 45 but I didn't feel at all hungry as I tracked before bed so I didn't eat. I feel like going under this once is not an issue since I've gone over so much lately!

I feel ready for today's potluck. I know that there will be lots of goodies, but I know there will be healthier choices too, I'm bringing some just in case! I plan to eat the healthy food in moderate amounts. If I feel in control, I may have a couple bites of a goodie...but I'm going to pay attention to my emotions before indulging and drink water or unsweetened tea first.

Thank you everyone for being so supportive yesterday!!!!

Sheri
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  • GOATS03
    Fantastic! That's my girl...I love that motivation and determination...you are an inspiration!

    Keep it up! Hugs
    Sue
    3279 days ago
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    Woo Hoo! You go girl!! I knew you could do it!! You are very inspiring and enlightening. Thank you for putting it out there!! You rock girl! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3280 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/30/2011 2:47:23 PM
  • SUSIEGKORN
    I had no doubt you'd get back on track. Wonderful plan for the potluck today. Spending the day with enjoyable people puts less emphasis on the food. Have fun!

    3280 days ago
  • RAYVEN01
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    Awesome job! Weekends are the worst and you're halfway to conquering it.
    3280 days ago
  • CRISSA1669
    Well done!!
    3280 days ago
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