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Just a blah kind of day

Monday, February 03, 2014

Today didn't go so well. I just ate a lot of junk food. Candy and chips etc etc. I don't know why but I just had so many urges to eat like crap. I guess it's just one of those days. Despite all of that, I wanted to blog anyway. I want to remind myself that the bad days come with the good days.

Well I'll try not to sabotage myself any longer today and keep in mind that tomorrow is a new day! Keep on truckin'...
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    Days like that hard. cause you know you are eating poorly but sometimes its hard to stop. I know on days like that I am usually bored or I am avoiding an emotion. Yesterday we had chips left over from the superbowl . And I kept opening the cabinet and staring at them. Before opening the bag and going like a crazy women stuffing my face , I made the conscience decision that I am going to allow myself to eat some chips. But I put the some chips in a bowl and put the bag back up. I nibbled on the chips all day long. If I would of just opened the bag and stuck my hand in there the chips would of been gone in 30 mins.

    Self sabotage was a huge problem for me. Still is but a lot less frequent. Its hard knowing who you are and how to get around your own problems. You can do it though. Let us know how Tue goes!
    2626 days ago
    Nice job blogging and realizing it was just a bad day... not a reflection of your journey. Remembering how crappy you feel will only minimize future snack-attacks. I always say I have images of gorging on this snack or that... but if I let the scenario play out till the end then it always ends with me being bloated and feeling gross. Tomorrow will be better - and today you still got on here, so that's a great step.
    2627 days ago
    :( That's hard. Hope you have a better day tomorrow!
    2627 days ago
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