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I am mad at myself!

Thursday, January 31, 2013

I am so mad at myself.
Yesterday, I was running right thought lunch, got home at 6 pm.

I did not have lunch nor did I stop for lunch because I did not want to be tempted by fast food junk. And I know that they have salads and other healthy things on the menu but, really , it is still the lour of the big mac or the whopper that I was afraid of.
Anyway, I had a beef stew in the crock pot that I was looking forward to. I measured out 1 cup of stew, had a pillsbury biscuit, but I thought I knew that 1 cup of elbows was about 80 cals.
WRONG! I shall have checked my cal guide or sparkpeople to correct myself! Later that night, I found out that I eat 800 cal! I have never eaten that many calories in one sitting since I have been on SP! if I had added elbow to my meal planner, I would have adjusted or not eaten it a lot!

Moral of this story : never assume, always 2x ck! emoticon
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  • no profile photo SLIMSUEC12
    Anger adds pounds. Love sheds them. emoticon
    1406 days ago
    It happens and just learn from it. emoticon emoticon
    2575 days ago
    thanks to all of you. It is so important to know that I am not alone!

    2576 days ago
    One day at a time.One mistake isn't going to ruin you.Start over today. emoticon
    2576 days ago
  • BARBIE042
    Today is a new day and we all learn from our mistakes and that is in the past now , and you are back on track today : )
    We all have those days from time to time so your not alone ...... Hang in there !

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    2576 days ago
  • no profile photo CD13443953
    You're doing great. We all splurge sometimes (intentionally or otherwise) - keep going and just push yourself harder tomorrow if you feel you need to.
    2576 days ago
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