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Today is an I Don't Care day

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Ended up going to bed about 6 am and back up at 9:30 am. This is not a regular occurrence. A friend was over and I let myself get dragged into the drama and delivered some harsh reality to her. Someone needed to finally be honest with her. As a result of the lack of sleep I am not concerned with getting my walk in tonight, or doing a workout video today. I am still being careful of what I eat but not tracking even tho I am still paying attention to calories and such. I am taking the day off and just chilling today. No guilt. Tomorrow when I get up we will be rearranging the bedroom, I will be tracking all food and exercise. I do not look at this as I am straying off the path. It is just an I Don't Care day and letting myself have it. Tomorrow is another day and schedule will resume as normal.
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    Hey my wolf friend,
    I also stayed up way late last night just reading and absorbing info on this darn internet and before I knew it, it was 4am! I also had to get up at 8:30am and drive for a couple hours to see a friend up north, but for happier circumstances. Every once in awhile, we will have a bizarre day like this, but like you said, it isn't a common occurrence. Sometimes we have to be the friend to either encourage or hand out the harsh reality when we see another friend going down a path that could wreck them. I just might have to do that soon with a member of my family. You didn't derail anything taking a day off; its just a blip on the radar. You just keep on rolling along!
    emoticon that day under the rug, I won't tell!
    2652 days ago
    I thought that what Saturday was for. Get your rest!
    2652 days ago
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    We all need a day like that. God bless
    2652 days ago
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