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Oops, Yikes, and Woohoo!

Monday, December 23, 2019

Oops and Yikes
1. Three days of no logging in on SPARK. The job and lack of sleep got in the way of SPARK. Not a good thing!

2. A couple of days of sleep deprivation! Stress got in the way of sleep which lead to out of control eating.

3. Binging when I am tired and sleep-deprived.

4. I ate too many holiday treats at work.

1. I got to the gym twice in the morning before work.

2. I was active most days, even days I did not log in to SPARK.

3. I refused some foods at work (Gharidelli chocolate and Lindt truffles)!

4. I ate fish once a week.

5. I weighed myself every morning except for three mornings!

6. I threw out chocolate chip cookies and Hagen Daz ice cream! I did not eat it!

7. I logged into SPARK.

8. I feel empowered and in control again!

Even though I had challenges I engaged in some positive behaviors. I forgive myself and am moving on! All is not lost! I am not giving up!

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  • no profile photo CD25385636
    I need to clear out my kitchen and set it up for success.
    Awesome woohoos especially number 6 and 8. emoticon
    474 days ago
    emoticon I feel like you were a gymnast sticking the landing in that routine. Good recovery!!!!

    emoticon May the magic of Christmas bless you today and throughout the year to come.

    480 days ago
  • MARTHA324
    Never, ever give up.

    Your Woo Hoo list is a lot longer than your Oops and Yikes list.....many more positives.
    481 days ago
    The good and the not so good. That's life!

    Hugs and Merry Christmas!
    481 days ago
    Sleep deprivation will do that for you. It's hard to lose weight when you don't get enough sleep.
    Way to go on all the successes!
    481 days ago
    I love your attitude!
    482 days ago
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