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Uh Oh. Where's Onederland Going?

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Old habits...I tell ya, they really do die hard. Especially around this TOM. I have been so snacky lately, and that has caused me to creep slowly back up to the dreaded 200s. I'm not there yet, but I'm only a couple of graham crackers away from that. I don't know what's gotten into me lately. I still like to exercise, though I'm not a fanatic. I love my veggies (working on the fruit thing. Okay, no I'm not), and I track my calories. But the last few days, I have either gotten too close to the maximum calorie side, or surpassed it. I'm proud of myself for not sweeping the extra calories under the proverbial rug and not tracking them. I accounted for every morsel. But damn! I can do better than this! What is my mantra? "It's not going to taste as good as I want to look!" And you know what? It really doesn't. I have actually asked my hubby to just hide some things that really aren't bad for me, but that I find myself turning to. I don't need those things to survive. And I don't need to be this ridiculous.

My goal: to get my sh_t together by next week. I will be further into onederland by next Friday, August 5th. It's about to get real.
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  • VIAFREE
    With no doubt you have what it takes, go for it !
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    2107 days ago

    Comment edited on: 8/30/2014 7:40:01 PM
  • MSMAKEOVER
    I can relate. Hang in there... emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2108 days ago
  • MA_DIDDLES
    emoticon those old habits right out of your life. Make new ones pretty girl.
    ONEDERLAND is a wonderful place to be. I am working on it again. Hang in there. MA
    2111 days ago
  • BONNIEMCC488
    Good for you recognizing it and making steps in the right direction again. emoticon emoticon
    2111 days ago
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