Well it was lovely and sunny and hot here in England and as a result I fell off my waggon big style - started with ice creams, then chips by the river, then chocoalte then cakes, then pastries, then soda....... as a result I am uncomfortable in my tummy, feel sluggish and have a foul taste in my mouth........I am ashamed and dissapointed in myself.... today I am not eating at all - jsut drinking lots of water to flush this rubbish out of my body and I am going back to daily weighing for a while till I get back on track....
I didn't have a good week either and I feel it in the tightness of my pants! :/ I feel like I hit my weight "rock bottom" though: the thing that ruined my day today was seeing my face on the website of the university where I work. It's for some honor but I just feel horrible because I didn't realize I was that big. I am ashamed of it and really need a change.
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