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Was it worth it? Hmmmm

#1
Well I went completely off track this weekend, went to my god daughters birthday BBQ party on Saturday was really good & tracked till everyone decided we were going down the pub in the evening I tried to keep track of how many drinks I had but think I lost count lol then Sunday we all went out again, am dreading wi this wk as I defo went wayyyy off track, oh well it's done now and it was a fun wk end

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#2
I'd say yes. You have to enjoy yourself every now and again. Look how great you have done (your weight loss journey really inspires me) and one fun weekend is fine - you deserve it for all your hardwork and effort. Even if you see a gain this week you will lose it quickly and you got straight back on track and didn't let a bad weekend turn into a bad week.
 

Karen

Serial Foodie!
#3
i totally agree. you've lost 52lbs!! I think you have earned a weekend of fun for a special event. The fact you are being so hard on yourself shows how comitted you have been so i dont think you need to worry about slippery slopes or being guilty. xxxx
 
#4
Thanks girls, well tomorrow is wi day so I will find out what the damage is, have been good all wk and have exercised more so hopefully won't b too bad.

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#6
Well (drum roll please lol) just been weighed and ........ I LOST 1.5lbs...... Don't ask me how but I was so sure I had gained so weekend WAS worth it lol so surprised with that

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#7
Well (drum roll please lol) just been weighed and ........ I LOST 1.5lbs...... Don't ask me how but I was so sure I had gained so weekend WAS worth it lol so surprised with that

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That's great! Just goes to show you never can tell what you're going to lose/gain each week.
 
#8
Well done on the loss x
 


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