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My Journey, Day 61

Monday, November 28, 2011

When I began this journey, I thought it was going to be really hard. But it really wasn't. I was so determined (still am) to do this. I have this picture of me walking this path; its a fairly smooth path. I had my eyes wide open, watching every step. All of a sudden, due to the holidays, I closed my eyes and veered off my path.
BUT IT'S OKAY! Journeys are never easy, right? This is how I become stronger.
So, let's not be afraid to veer off our paths.

What's up with all the nibbling though? A little nibble of stuffing here, a little nibble of pumpkin pie there.... homemade pumpkin bread sitting on the counter that my daughter made.... or the chocolate peanut butter cream pie that my husband made.... that's what gets me. I need a plan for Christmas.

I'm determined to just keep going without beating myself up about it. I'm back on my path, not sure if I gained weight or not, but I can't go back and change anything. All I can do is move forward, and keep trying.

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    Hi Pam, not sure if this fits with what you are doing on your diet. The holiday are so so hard to be good... but it you do find yourself nibbling..... Maybe through in an extra 20 minute walk every other day? Or maybe do some toning with some small weights.... just a little extra in the exercise dept. it will give you more calories burnt and tone up those muscles or help your cardio (thinking of walking off the lbs). I am bringing those balls for you to use with WOTPs.

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    3531 days ago
    Oh, my - I am in the same boat. It's like I'm treating every day like it's Thanksgiving. I HAVE to stop before it gets out of hand.

    3533 days ago
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    Death to leftovers! I made sure I only had another day's meal leftover and none of the deserts. If it's there, I'm gonna eat it.
    3534 days ago
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