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Friday, April 16, 2010

Here's the deal.

I binged today. Like I did yesterday. I got off work around lunchtime, and picked up fast food on my way home, more than I needed, and sat on the catch eating it guiltily until every last fry covered in ranch was gone.

Not my proudest moments. Not my healthiest moments. I have been in denial about the last two weeks of health. So I haven't been food journaling. It's just because I'm busy. I haven't been working out consistently. I'm busy and tired. Great excuses really. Fantastic.

I'm don't know the answer. I am tired, and frustrated, and ready to stop trying. DAGNABIT!
I'm sorry my first post in a long time is like this. I wish I was reporting success and courage to you, but at this moment, that is not the case.


  1. We've all done the same thing. The one thing not everyone does is turn it back around. You can do it.

  2. been there, done that. Part of this journey is learning to forgive ourselves. It's the hardest part for me. I am still figuring it all out. I wish you luck! Keep posting, we're all in this together...

  3. Yup, that was me about 2 months ago. I was fed up and tired and done with the whole weight loss thing. I started eating crap and not working out and not tracking and not caring.

    But then I realised that if I stayed on that path I would be back up at my heaviest weight ever in no time and really unhappy and that wasn't going to benefit anyone, especially not me.

    You'll get back at it. Start Monday off by eating well, planning your meals and scheduleing some kind of activity - it doesn't matter what it is, just get your body moving.

  4. I am literally just about to write similar things on my blog. Is it the weather? Because I would think it would inspire the opposite!

  5. I am sorry you are having a hard time sticking with it right now. You are strong! (even if you are not feeling it right now). You inspired me to get back out there and start running. I haven't quite got on the best eating habits, but I am running and feeling great. Remember how great you feel after a good run? I believe in you and am so incredibly impressed with all you've accomplished - I've never done that. People say running a marathon is impressive - nope, I think losing 62 pounds is a much bigger accomplishment...and you did that!!! Congratulations and just forgive yourself and move on from there. You are loved!