Off the Rails

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers' started by Timeforchangenow!, 12 February 2014.

  1. Guys, i need help, weighed in yesterday, got my silver seven, tonight i'm off the rails, had a big dessert, crisps and buttons, feeling really bad now :(
  2. bugsbunny2000

    bugsbunny2000 Proud to be a LOSER :)

    That's not off the rails... Off the rails would be having that and waking up tomorrow eating like that again ! Everyone has those moments what's good is you have recognised it. Start fresh tomorrow :)

    If you go into a spiral of guilt then you will not get back on track! Own it! Own your treat day and then point everything for the rest of the week! I'm sure it won't even show at next WI x

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  3. bessie84

    bessie84 Well-Known Member

    have a blow out.... it will do you good, then tomorrow is a new day and you'll feel better to get back on track. dont worry, thats nothing compared to what ive done over the time and im still here xx you've done fab, just get it outta ya system and get back on it tomorrow. believe me, you'll be fine xx
  4. Thanks for your support, today was a tough day for some reason. But I tracked everything I ate yesterday and it used more than half my weeklys so I am limited for the rest of the week but thats fine, I can work with that. Going to get a good nights sleep and be glad that i got back on track today. I really don't want a bad weigh in next week. :)
  5. bessie84

    bessie84 Well-Known Member

    see, all is good. glad ya back on track. mind over matter, trust me, there'll be plenty more days like this. get it outta system and get back on track. :) good on ya :)
  6. bugsbunny2000

    bugsbunny2000 Proud to be a LOSER :)

    Totally agree! Well done for actually going back and tracking! That's what the weeklies are for anyway!! :)

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