Am I Pretending I Didn't Eat It?

Friday, September 04, 2009

I eat a good breakfast. I bring a healthy lunch to work. But the past two nights I've gone home and ate something I didn't track. I don't have time to put it in the food tracker. Or do I want to pretend I didn't eat it? Hmmmmm.....

I'm going to do better. No more of these little slip ups at home.

I promise!!!!

Oh, and the worst part about it is....I fell asleep early last night and didn't exercise. So today I will do some extra cardio. (Don't worry, I'm no exercise fanatic. When I say extra I mean maybe 30 min. more if I'm lucky.)

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  • no profile photo CD5327834
    I kind of skipped my whole computer for last couple of days for that very reason-thought i was the only guilty one and now am beating myself up!Thanks for sharing.
    4340 days ago
  • no profile photo CD3892238
    I also vote pretend you didn't eat it. You can get back on track and forget about it!!!! You are doing great!!!!
    4344 days ago
  • no profile photo CD4087791
    I can relate to both - didn't take the time to track it because I have to add it the next day and sometimes it's "I really don't want to admit I ate that!" but then I try to make up for it the next day. I don't always eat enough for the day but I'm always satisfied. I know I eat from boredom sometimes. I usually try to make it healthy but we're all human.
    4344 days ago
    I vote for '...pretend I didn't eat it...' because you can always go back the next day and add it to your tracker even after the deed is said and done. I've heard that food that just happens to jump in our mouths are called BLT's "Bites, Licks & Tastes" kind of appropriate don't you think. And guess what I am guilty of it, too! I try to impose the rule of no eating without a plate and sitting down...most days I am successful, but I too have slipped on that one. Thank goodness we get another chance.
    Some exercise is better than none. I find that if I exercise in the morning, then it is over and done with, and anything else is a bonus.
    4344 days ago
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