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Sunday = BAD!

Monday, April 19, 2010

Well...I had a bad day yesterday, not how much I ate, but what I ate. I was out with my father since he is in town and he is what I like to call heavier than he should be. Well, for some reason when he is around, I eat like he does, which is of course, bad! I was able to portion control well, but I had the worst things possible for lunch and dinner. I had cheese fries, and chicken/cheese nachos for lunch, I ate 3 nachos and about half of a small order of cheese fries from Chili's. Then we went to a Mexican restaurant and I order chicken quesadillas and ate about 3/4 of the tortilla, with chips, so bad. I felt so guilty afterwards...I hate that feeling. But, that was yesterday and today is a new day, I am back at work and my routine is in place. I feel like I can control myself when I am at work better than when I am home. So, goodbye yesterday, hello today!
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    I hate that guilty feeling also, but I love the "new day" feeling too. Today's a new chance to reach your goals!
    3513 days ago
    You're right....you didn't fall off the wagon...you just got off and decided to walk for a bit! We have to get used to dealing with some of the 'triggers' in our lives. But, trigger or not, we also have to allow ourselves to live normally and that means "splurges". You're still doing great girl! Hope you have a great evening!!!
    3519 days ago
    don't feel guilty! having an unhealthy meal occasionally isn't BAD... it's reality! you've got the right mind set now. that was yesterday, and today is a new day and you can get back into your normal routine! emoticon
    3520 days ago
    We all have to those days (I had one yesterday), but you're right, today is a new day, full of good choices and the normal routine - I feel in control best when I'm at work too. Keep up the good work, you're doing great. Only positive thoughts today!!! emoticon
    3520 days ago
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