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Friday, May 15, 2009

i didnt have such a good day yesterday.i just couldnt seem to get satisfied.i was so hungry all day long.when i say all day long..i mean it!
i really wanted emoticon emoticon emoticon..even though i ate alot of emoticon emoticon emoticon.i just kept going back to the fridge! i have done such a great job with my calories,fat,protein so i dont know..when i finished putting in my food for the day,i seen i went over i started to cry.i went over my calories by about 100!!
so today i called my mom. i said when i get like that im gonna call u.if i dont need to be eating,tell me to drink a glass of ice water,and brush my teeth.u know..i have to listen to my mom.i dont want to go over again.
one thing thats different this time is,b4 if i would have ate a lot throughout the day,i would have just said oh well f**k it.and completely go back to my old habits.not this time.im still very disappointed in myself.so today i did a few extra things to burn some calories..


today i took our son to the park. we were standing on the dock thats over a huge pond.my mom,and sis pull up,my sister asks my mom where is tina(me).mom says right there.my sis says that dont look like her.mom says thats cause she lost all that weight. emoticon emoticon
now thats what u call a feel good moment.
well i have said enough.i just wanted to blog about my over eating yesterday.maybe it will help me not do it again..hope so..
good night spark family.god bless..christina
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    You really have done an amazing job with your weight loss, so going over by 100 calories isn't bad, especially when it wa healthy food! And you tried to remedy it by burning more calories - hooray for you.

    Isn't it great when you get compliments like someone not realizing it's you?That's when you know you're headed in the right direction on your weight loss journey.


    4384 days ago
    You're doing an amazing job and 100 calories over is not going to set you back unless you let it!! Look at the difference in what you did about it! You were hungry but instead of eating a bunch of junk food you made healthier choices. That is what your new lifestyle is all about!!! Great job and keep it up!! emoticon emoticon
    4384 days ago
    Oh my darling!! Only over by 100 calories! PSHA! Don't beat yourself up over that. Sometimes (especially when I'm PMS-ing I can't be satisfied and I've gone over as much as (gasp) 1000 calories (not that it's okay, it just happens)! However, as I have come to learn this is not a diet. It's a lifestyle change (I know, groan). Crap happens. 100 calories does not a diet blown. You can, and will, start again in the morning. Do another10 minutes of cardio (try one of the sparkpeople 10-minuters) and you can start your day with a boom.

    You can totally do this! From one Red-teamer to another, we can do this!!
    4384 days ago
    Christina, first of all; allow me to give u a big emoticon , forget the s. lol

    Anyway, we are learning a new way, a better way of eating healthier; we are not going to be without slips; no way! We just aren't made that way. Now, if you've held it now long enough to lose 25 pounds; please don't beat yourself up for having a slip. Own it and move on...keep striving for progress not perfection.
    4384 days ago
    I love you child's comment. That is great, out of the mouth of babes. As for constantly feeling hungry, try a glass of fat-free milk. I should help plus give you calcium.
    4384 days ago

    Don't kick yourself for going a little over. We all do at some point. Reflect on the positive from it and that is you didn't eat "junk", you chose the healthy food instead. You have done amazing thus far in your journey and I have faith that you will continue with the same success.

    hugs, Wendy
    4384 days ago
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