Weigh In 1

by Stephanie on November 20, 2014 · 0 comments

in Weight Loss

Since I came clean last week, I thought I would keep the transparency going.

This week I tracked my food (most of the time).  I drank less pop.  I chose to make food at home rather than pick up fast food or order in.

This week I took responsibility and took back control of my eating.  Yes, it’s for the umpteenth time.  That is far better than continuing to ignore it.  One of these times it’ll stick.  I’ll be mentally ready to tackle this in the long-term.  Maybe it’s this time.  Hopefully.  I’d rather keep trying that give up though.

Here are this week’s results:

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It feels good to be back in control.

What is your best piece of advice for staying on track?

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