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D47 R2 blogging - the bad

Friday, October 23, 2020

Things did not go to plan today. Overslept - good(and bad??). Not eating with no morning plan for day - bad . Poor water intake plan-bad. Dentist appointment to clean teeth- good. Fast food and lots of it after Dentist- very bad(broke 4 week no fast food streak). Blogging about my day- great! Had I mentally decided at 2 pm it would be a water only fast day instead of a fast food day- it would have been a fantastic day.

Had not planned on blogging today but when actions become distracted - its very helpful and important I do. Have had thousands of eating days - way worse than today. Today is no longer the norm -instead the exception. Not beating myself up over a day like today - calmly understand and forget. Be confident and optimistic tomorrow will be a great day- I am. Having great expectations hitting all goals- I will. Looking at the calendar still 9 full days left this month and secretly planning - exceeding expectations and goals days 48 to 57. Its not what I know, hoping for or am wishing - Its my actions and commitment to plan. Does not start soon- starts now! Have a great Friday!
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    I believe that we can learn from bad days too. emoticon
    39 days ago
    we all have bad days like yesterday for me ate half of bag of chips when i dont snack after supper but I was watching the debate i found if i crunched louder i couldnt hear them lol, i should have shut them off, Lesson learned and move on , tomorrow is a new day to fight, emoticon emoticon
    39 days ago
    39 days ago
    Okay, so not the "fast" you'd planned. As I've had to remind myself way too often: one day at a time, forgive yourself and move on. Celebrate the victories -- you've had a good month.
    39 days ago
    **SIGH** A bad day can certainly feel defeating, BUT you have a plan, know what to do and today will be better.
    39 days ago
    Good for you! You’ll get through this...we get right back up and press forward, just as you’re doing now. Keep up the good work! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    39 days ago
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