One Mom’s Journey from Fat to Skinny to Confident

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Bottomless Pit

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I don’t even want to type about it. I just couldn’t stop eating today. Can you tell I TRIED to make good choices? It was either the 2 yogurts OR the Berger cookie tonight. Even though it wouldn’t have cost me the same points I went with the yogurt. Something told me I’d feel better about that choice tomorrow morning.

It really took every thing I had to keep putting the good stuff in my pie hole! I wonder if this is my bodies back lash from the sugar overload this weekend? Who knows?


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Morning Scale Reading:144 Food Points watermelon 1 wrap on a 1 point tortilla with a wedge of cheese, turkey pepperoni, lettuce, tomato, cucuembers, peppers and a smear of honey mustard 3 leftover corn on the cob 1 out to lunch – veggie wrap (most of the wrap ripped off) a couple of chips, a couple of fries and a bite or 2 of the toddlers chicken tenders – ok so I had a bit of munch-itus (total estimate) 10 100 cal pack 2 Quaker Mini Delights 2 Sausage Peppers & More! 4 mango 1 strawberries 1 soy crisps with salsa (yes the whole bag) 7 carrot stick with black bean dip 2 2 light yogurts 3 Totals 37 Daily Activity Log circuit training – Check out my Workout Progress page.


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    MtngirlinCali

    August 20, 2007

    I ate a whole bag of soy crisps the other day, too. I can’t leave one half full, ya know? Anyway, at least you ate healthy today, despite the points….tomorrow you’ll be satiated and ready to move on. :)

    Jynell

    August 20, 2007

    ME TOO!!!!!!! UGGHHH!!! I hate when I have days like today!! :( I guess it can only get better tomorrow!! Good luck! :D

    Swizzlepop

    August 20, 2007

    You really did make good choices, just a little too much BLTs and teh bag of Soy Chips. I can see how easy it is to eat the whole bag though, I’ve thought about it a few times when I buy them. They are so light and airy and yummy! You’ll do better tomorrow.

    Oh, I made zucchini fries tonight and totally thought of you. Those things are YUMMO! The husband and I ate a whole zucchini in fries (a good sized one too).

    Nancy

    August 21, 2007

    Just think of it this way… You needed to give your metabolism a little boost! If it makes you feel any better, I kept saying the same thing yesterday since I felt I couldn’t stop eating. I think I must’ve had food in my mouth for atleast 20 hours of the day! I kept saying it was from running a 5k, then walking my dog later for another 3 miles on Sunday. If anything, it will make us feel better today when we make better choices!

    Holly

    August 21, 2007

    I ate an entire can of fat free Pringles (7 points)last night…and a bag of 94% ff popcorn last night. Talk about the munchies! What’s important is that we don’t do that every single day :)

    Anonymous

    August 21, 2007

    I call what you experienced (whether it be for an hour or a day) “temporary periods of insanity.” It happens to all of us. I think that sometimes our bodies just decide to rebel and kick against the goads. The mind disengages and this is what happens. To give you some perspective, think of what you USED to eat when the insanity struck. For me, I would eat a pint of ice cream, sleeves of cookies, 3 fried eggs, baked potatoes with gobs of butter and sour cream, etc, etc, ad nauseum.

    You might feel like you’ve blown it, but pat yourself on the back for how far you’ve come.

    Barkley

    August 21, 2007

    It is a matter of averages. Some days you may not eat a whole lot and others….you think you may need to see a doctor for an internal parasite. It is refreshing to see that other people have the invisible-parasite problem from time to time as well.

    Anonymous

    August 21, 2007

    Thank you for being so honest about what you eat and your points. I lost 25 lbs on weight watchers and have hit a rut. I have been looking at you sight and I have decided to become brutally honest about what I eat and right EVERYTHING down. I am scared but I know it is the only way. Thanks agian.

    Anonymous

    August 21, 2007

    I would re-read what you ate today…notice that you ate veggies, fruits, grains and dairy and barely went over your points. Congratulate yourself for writing it down, eating healthy and for adjusting so well to the change in your sched. Besides, you are working out now too! Don’t beat yourself up over this. You are living a wonderfully healthy life and helping others around you with your site. Be gentle with yourself and remember that every day is a new day :)

    reinventmyself

    August 21, 2007

    With the soy chips, at least you got a lot of protein in!! I tried the white cheddar Trader Joe soy crips today and I did not like them at all. :( I know they are quite popular though.

    You’ll get through. WE ALL have days like this. I know I have. :)

    amanda

    August 21, 2007

    Must be the weather… I had a 39 (!) point day doing the same thing! I just could not STOP eating! And then I came on this site for a kick in the behind after I added it all up. ;-)

    I made reasonably good choices and had a really good, extended workout tonight for six APs. I do think it’s the dark, rainy, cool weather we’ve had in my neck of the woods. That, and work stress. But I had the points and I did okay.

    I didn’t eat a whole bag of soy crisps, though. I ate a bag of baked Doritos from the vending machine. ;-)

    Have a better tomorrow!