Day 266. Nobody to blame.

Thursday, October 04, 2018

So I’ve been struggling the last couple of weeks after doing so well with my exercise toward the early half of September. I’ve let myself slip out of rhythm. And then the diet went right behind it. I know what to avoid eating to feel my best. Why is it so hard to get back on track when I slip. So I’ve stuck to my plan each day until the evening. And then a small splurge. Not a whole cake or anything but enough to keep me buried in this blasted sugar trap. I really need to take control of this. My daughter quit running with me. Mostly because of the early mornings partly because I couldn’t keep up with her. My walking partner has quit for marching d season and personal trials of her own. I need to find the discipline to do this by myself. I’m not really sure how to do that. But failing is not an option. So I’m startin over. Logs started meals planned. And reminders set. And .......go!
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    It's hard to adjust when plans change sometimes, but that always seems to happen (to me, anyway). You have a great attitude, and are planning ahead!
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    955 days ago
    You can do this!
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  • 100_2_LOSE
    I am starting now and evening are the worst for me, but I know you can do this !
    955 days ago
    Keep moving forward
    955 days ago
    I understand your feelings, my walking partner quit in me too. She kept me accountable. We used to go my first thing in morning and got it dibe, then I had energy to take on the day. Good luck, stay positive and strong.
    955 days ago
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