pam-u-la's Journal, 28 March 2015

Yeserday was an epic failure. I did not just step off the wagon, oh no I jumped off rolled, grabbed nothing but junk and filled my face. Nothing was safe, if I as bad I ate it. All those days of being careful of how much and of what I ate thrown right down the toilet. How could I be so stupid knowing that I will continue to pay the price over the next couple of days. My joints hurt because of all the salt. My brain will hurt on Monday when I step on that scale. Why, oh why do I do this too myself? The pattern is only most previlant on fridays too.
Anyone who reads this can pobably tell how utterly disgusted I am with myself right now. Tryng not to beat myelf up over it, nor have any crazy ideas of starving myself for the next couple of days thinking that I consumed enough calories to sustain me till what Monday?
I know this is the wrong approach. Just need to chalk it up to impaired judgement, and loss of self control. So pick myself up, dust off and step back on that wagon.
Sorry for the rant

Despite my overal negativity today I am grateful for
The weekend
Fat secret and all the people on here

**** may everyone have a safe and satisfying Saturday**

Diet Calendar Entries for 28 March 2015:
1127 kcal Fat: 32.98g | Prot: 26.47g | Carb: 180.63g.   Breakfast: Coffee, No Calorie Sweetener (Packets), White Sugar (Granulated or Lump). Lunch: 100% Whole Wheat Bread, Green Tea, No Calorie Sweetener (Packets), Smooth Peanut Butter, Fruit and/or Nuts Muffin. Dinner: Multi Grain Cheerios, Original. Snacks/Other: Date Square. more...
1589 kcal Activities & Exercise: Housework - 1 hour, Walking (slow) - 2/mph - 25 minutes, Resting - 14 hours and 35 minutes, Sleeping - 8 hours. more...
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Don't be negative. All that weight won't go back on over night. Instead, reward yourself that you knew that it was time to celebrate for all of your hard work. One night is fine. Now, get back on it and try to exercise a little of it off--go for a couple of walks. Nothing in life can be pure agony. That only sets you up for failure. You didn't do anything wrong. A reward is okay :) 
28 Mar 15 by member: Jillzee00
I believe this happens to all of us. The challenging part, for myself, is not beating myself up over it. One day does not negate everything you've done previously. Just keep logging in your food every day. This helps keep me honest and helps me make better choices. Have a great Saturday! Yesterday is done. 
28 Mar 15 by member: Darlene41745
It happens. Lesson learned and move on. You can do this. 
28 Mar 15 by member: sproe
This was not a fail if you learned something from it...and you get a chance at a do-over. Sometimes we need to feel the "hang-over" to remember why we do this. Gotta break habits... 
28 Mar 15 by member: newnormal
Yes, I agree with what the other folks said - and everything is relative. Can you reward yourself on a Friday with something tangible? A bubble bath, a sweet bouquet of flowers, a healthy option? You can do this - you have before and will again. 
28 Mar 15 by member: HCB
Thank you everyone for your kind word  
30 Mar 15 by member: pam-u-la
One day of a binge, no matter how bad it may seem, is not a failure. Probably just about everyone here has done the same thing so you're in good company! Just put it behind you, you can't go forward if you're looking backwards. It's a bump in the road. A couple days of drinking lots of water and cutting back calories a little, you can be right back on your way. 
30 Mar 15 by member: jmb3450


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