Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Back to it
But as soon as we were home, it was right back on the wagon. I drowned myself in water, ate my "usual" for the weekdays and that was that. It wasn't always that way, especially on the long vacations for 2 weeks. We'd come home still in vacation mode and say "we don't go back to work for 3 days, we'll restart then." Then we'd be so overwhelmed at work that we didn't want to exercise that night because it was a crappy day. (If only we knew then that exercise was a great stress buster) Then the next day we'd hem haul around about going down or not eating something up to par for people trying to get back "on the wagon." Before you know it, a month or more had passed us by and what could've been a temporary gain was firmly plastered on the thighs and gut. Then depression would set in over gaining and blah blah blah. Yeesh. Sounds so foolish now but it's so easy to do if you're not in the right head space.
Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! (Or Happy Thursday, depending)
Do you get right back on track when you've indulged on vacation?
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