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Ok...So I Messed Up...

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Well, this weekend (and Tuesday), I went absolutely NUTS! I ate any and everything I wanted (which consisted of cheese pizza and frozen yogurt with oreos and pecans...yummy!) and now my tummy is suffering for it. I guess I just can't eat like I used to...which is, might I add, a positive thing :-)
It shows me that not only has my mentality towards "diets" - for lack of a better word - changed (I am not overly critical on myself anymore for messing up, which in the past just caused me to give up) but also my PHYSICAL body has changed; I can no longer gorge myself like I used to and not suffer the consequences (bloated belly, belly aches, excessive...ahem...gas, yata, yata, yata).
And guess what? My three-day binge didn't totally mess up my weight loss - I went back up to 191.5, but I did it right yesterday and I'm back down to 189.5.
I just keep telling myself, "Rome wasn't built in a day, girl!" I'll think I'll get there - no, I KNOW I'll get there, but noticing the little changes in me on the way kind of gives me more uhmp to get there faster!
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  • MISSLISA1973
    I have had similar situations. I have wondered if it's that my body doesn't tolerate unhealthy foods like it used to, or if maybe I just wasn't aware of how miserable it was making me.
    3376 days ago
  • OFEDEOZ
    At least your body told you it's not interested in binges anymore, a great reason not to do it!

    Keep up the great work
    4258 days ago
  • LILSHINE
    A feel ya on the reaction of the stomach when attempting to feed it the bad food. Experienced that myself on Saturday! You're right you'll get there because you have a great attitude that says you won't quit until you arrive!
    4258 days ago
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