Wow, that is how I feel. since SP, if I overeat one day, I track and do not overeat the next day.. Before SP, if I overate one day, I would say, oh well, I may as well continue to overeat and the weight piles on. Thanks SP for all you do for us.
Wow I really needed to read this. I have been having a tough week, between July 4th and 4 birthday celebrations in my family I thought going into this week I would be hopeless. BUT there are two days left! Tomorrow is a new day and I will not waste it by being in misery!
I can relate to this so much! I'm trying to pick myself up from a few days of overindulging, and the longer it takes, the harder it gets. But I will pick myself up. And the next time it happen's I will try to get back on the wagon a little sooner!
I am going on a road trip this weekend and I know that less than healthy options will be a part of the weekend. I am taking this into account ahead of time and eating in my lower calorie range this week. It doesn't always work out that way. Sometimes you have to make up for it after the fact.
This is so me the weekends are hard and then I think I might as well just keep eating I already messed but I'm not going to think like that anymore I'm going to stop and just keep moving forward..Thanks!
All thing's considered, this didn't sound all that much like a "night of gluttony, one weekend of debauchery, or a vacation of unwholesome habits!" I've seen worse! But, I do agree with ine thing. Move on and start over!
Great article, but the gluttony & debauchery bit turned me off. Seriously, for a site that usually is about overcoming an adversarial relationship with food, those terms are way to strong for the given scenario. Making better choices is the focus of the article, not inducing guilt, right?
Yup, great article & perfect for me today. I did ok (not perfectly, not horrible, not really good but ok) over Thanksgiving with lots of hustlebustle & food, but haven't been to the gym for a week. OK, my gym bag is ready & I'm going after work today. AND I ate a healthy breakfast & have my water bottle close & already walked the long way for a work errand. Whew. I'm back - are you???
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