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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Hey there Spark People!

So, I guess this is the place where I can admit my failures as well as my successes, right? I must admit, I fell off the Paleo wagon yesterday. There's really no excuse for it - I had a tough day at work, and I've had an emotional few days about my husband at boot camp. I have always been an emotional eater - its something I've been fighting for years. And although I am trying to learn healthier habits, sometimes old ones just come back. I'm sure I'm not the only one who has this problem.

My thing is that I need a game plan. Yesterday I didn't do so hot at following this diet, but yesterday is yesterday and today is today. I feel like the only thing I can do at this point is count my losses, and start over today. I must accept that I am only human, after all.

Please accept that, by posting this admission, I feel so vulnerable. I don't like feeling like I've failed. Please be kind if you comment.
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  • no profile photo CINDYTW
    This is the place we put our failures out there too! Just pick yourself up and get back on track as fast as you can! That's all we can do when we slip. emoticon
    2263 days ago
  • KAPELAKIN
    Just get back on that wagon and move ahead. We're all shooting for improvement, not perfection. Not getting hung up on the little bumps in the road is all part of the process of making a lifestyle change. emoticon
    2264 days ago
  • STEVENKIND
    We are only human, and if we did't make mistakes how would we ever learn. Don't let one day discount all the other days you've done good. You've not failed, you're just being who we are-human, we're all vunerable. DFTS, don't forget to smile.
    2264 days ago
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