Bad weekend

Discussion in 'WeMITTS (We Mean It This Time)' started by Alex815, 1 September 2014.

  1. Alex815

    Alex815 Member

    I have been very bad this weekend. I was looking after a friends house for the weekend while she was away. I basically gave my self permission to eat whatever I wanted...slipped back into old habits for 4 days and unsurprisingly have piled a lot of weight on in a short space of time. 4/5 pounds according to the scales this morning. But I'm trying to move on and get back on track. I think I'm going to do tesco ultraslim shakes for a few days just to I have a lot of them in the cupboard that need using. Using this thread as a place for me to confess lol...otherwise I know I would carry on cheating if I kept it to myself ;)
  2. Bigbear

    Bigbear Well-Known Member

    No judgements here, but lots of encouragement and support to get back on the wagon xxxx

    Just think of it as your treat, and remember now tasty all the food was!! Savour the memory, and move forward on your journey. We are all going to have splurges, but it's getting back on the wagon that is the important thing, so well done you for continuing.

    I'm on slimfast, which I'm assuming is a similar plan to tesco shakes? I find it great, cos it's hard to cheat with the fixed portion sizes!!
  3. jonny1

    jonny1 Active Member

    Good attitude - no point in dwelling on the past. Hope you have a good week :)
  4. PrincessSparklePants

    PrincessSparklePants Little Miss Christmas

    We have all been there love :) and we're all human. It happens. Dwelling on it will fixate it in your brain that you failed and eat away at your motivation. You didn't fail - you had a blip. Failing would be giving up all together. Keep going hun! :)
  5. Alex815

    Alex815 Member

    Thanks everyone...back on track and feeling much better!
  6. chezz

    chezz walk walk walk

    glad your ok now

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