Monday, January 7, 2008

i binged

grrrrr......how can i do that to myself....all was going well- was hungry when got home from ouber stressful day, had sensible snack (still had 20points left- out of 34!!) then ate dinner still had like 7 left and then I just ate, and ate and ate...I mean most thing were low points but WHAT WAS I THINKING (well I wasn't, I guess cuz i'm soooo mad at myself now) I made myself sit down after I was thinking rationally and write it all down (using wrappers as evidence) and now I'm at -9....now this fattie either needs to run a marathon tonight or I'm in debt of points...
grrr.. anyways I may take the dog for a walk- its the least I could do, my tummy feels icky and I feel like I may vomit... walking the dog would help, I gotta go...

hope you all are having a better day then me...

13 comments:

Amanda said...

Awe dear. It's tough coming back from Christmas and getting back on track. Tomorrow's a new day! I've done it before too. Don't let it get you down!

BTW...love your pictures on the side of your new haircut and your glasses. Very nice!

Linda said...

Thankyou very much for the Birthday Wishes (((HUGS)))

We all have days like your day but you have it sussed because you added up your spent points AND you took the dog out so, WELL DONE!! That is so much better than sitting and thinking you had blown it and might as well eat more and do less and basically making it worse by not doing any of the POSITIVE things you have done but nope you sorted it....FANTASTIC!!

(((HUG))) for being so positive xx

Hanlie said...

I also think you handled it well. We have to make contingency plans for these unfortunate lapses, and the best way to start is to assess the damage and then take appropriate action.

Isn't it awful how bad one feels after a binge? Physically and emotionally... It's just not worth it!

At least we're learning a better way...

Teale said...

Have you used all your flex? Even if you have, this is just a minor setback. You did a great thing by writing it all down though, that's good. It takes a long time to break bingeing habits. Don't beat yourself up too much over it, just take it & learn from it.

Lidian said...

I think you handled this VERY well. You counted it up, acknowledged it, and then went for a walk. I think that is fantastic!

It IS hard after the holidays...I have got to lay off the cookies at night myself. Night eating is a big problem for me too, I get all relaxed and when I don't plan everything out - cookies happen.

Have a great day!

Felicia said...

BREATHHHHHHHHHHHH Ok you did it. You cant take it back and stressing over it wont make it better it will send you in the wrong direction. YOU ARE IN CONTROL even if it doesnt seem like. From this minute on you recognize and move forward. Being accountable is half the battle and you did it. We get a fresh start every time a new minute starts. Here is your new minute so start.

You are doing GREAT just keep at it!! Chin up foot forward!

Getting healthy is not about punishment. Its about moderation!

*huggles*
Felicia =0)

The Webb's (Chole) said...

It ok you messed up but today is a new day. Just dont give up! I am the worlds worst when i mess up 1 time im done i feel like i just cant keep going. Keep it up girl!

Chubby Chick said...

Awww... hang in there. It happens to all of us. This is just a tiny bump in the road. :)

Grumpy Chair said...

Something else you might do is write down how you were feeling when the over-eating occurred (stressed, sad, angry, bored). I have been trying to track my emotional eating and realized (following the pattern of grazing) that I get bored around 2:00 pm and start munching until dinner.

Linds said...

Aww sorry to hear you had a shitty day, and then over snacked! At least you were accountable for it, and logged it all down, and then went for a walk. There is a positive here!

Try not to take it too hard, and just go forward from there!

Heather said...

sorry to hear about your slipup..but dont be so hard on yourself...we all make mistakes! tomorrow is a new day, a fresh start, so start it the best that you can and continue on through the day and just take it one day at a time. soon you will be back on track.

130 to go said...

i'm super excited about my trip! all packed! i had such a busy day....but busy makes the time fly right? :)

don't stress about the binge. it happens to everyone. :) **hugz**

Michelle said...

Yeah...had one of those days today too. My goal, in these instances, is to work that much harder tomorrow (especially the exercising). Hope things are better!

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