PatriceFitnessPal wrote: »
@jessicakrall8 - I hope you feel better about today after stepping away and enjoying a good night of sleep. From my perspective, you handled the challenges well AND it seems as though you still managed to stay within your daily calorie target. That certainly sounds like a ‘win’ in the goals category, although I understand we can meet our goals and still have a bad day emotionally.
Congratulations for starting out with a walk, which allowed you to feel an early success and probably kept you from ‘throwing in the towel’ early and sabotaging the whole day. You built resilience into your day! Then, when you had a calorie surplus, you rectified it with additional walking — another hardy congratulations for getting back up after stumbling! 🎉🎉🎉
I guess you may have learned some lessons (Are tacos a trigger?, or does being ‘treated’ to lunch lead to over-indulgence). You can probably apply whatever lesson you learned to the catered breakfast at your office tomorrow. Can you plan very small samples of multiple items, or something specific that you’re looking forward to in moderation? As my son reminds me: There’s no failing, only winning and learning!
Please treat yourself to as much kindness as you share with us. I’ll sign off with just one more quote that my Dad liked. It’s a Japanese samurai expression: Fall down seven times, get up eight. You’re doing great!!
jessicakrall8 wrote: »
We're missing the following weigh-ins for the week (incl today):@seeless25@kerdil08@ewilhelm2487@Be_theBest_Me (hope you're feeling better!)
angmarie28 wrote: »
was up late with one of my kids who had an upset stomach, but still managed to get up this morning and work out.
Today was leg day, I used to love leg day, but now its not my favorite. I tend to look forward to Shoulder/Bi/Tri day. I also hate running, but I try to run 2 miles every day I work out for health reasons.
What is your favorite, and least favorite workout
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