Getting the Weight off - Angie

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Saturday, January 16, 2010 at 8:47 AM filed under Diet & Nutrition postings
Well, Days 4-5 did not go well already.  I wasn't able to exercise because I just didn't have the energy.  I was taking a multi vitamin that was helping but to find out, my body does not digest caffeine/coffee properly and I found out that my multi vitamin was all day energy and it is approx. to taking one cup of coffee so I had to stop.  I also quit drinking my water those 2 days and went over what I was supposed to eat both days. 
Friday I just got depressed because some of my plans changed and I had really been looking forward to what I was going to do for over a week so I let it bother me more than I should.  Probably because I just didn't want to do anything.  I do struggle with that more than I should I think.  I am not one for going to the doctor to ask for a pill so I am not sure if I should or not.  Some days I can push past the depression and still get on with my day, but yesterday I fed it instead.  I sat around and ate and did nothing and then went out for dinner.  That is my solution for everything - eat it away.  That is why I am 70 lbs overweight and will probably stay there until I get a handle on it.
Last night I snapped myself out of it and I am determined that it is a nice day out and I am going to get my 3 mile jog/walk in.  I am hoping to jog the whole 3 miles, but am not sure my body is ready to do the whole thing yet.  I am happy that I don't have to jog on the treadmill though.
I did have a person from town that I just added to facebook and she was asking me about my jogging/walking and asked if I wanted to go with her because she would like to start up so maybe she will help me get out of the house.  I used to walk with my friend but she just is not motivated enough to do it continously and everyday.  I am hoping this lady will be. 
Well, ready to start over again and see how I do today.  My goal is to figure out on this site how to overcome my depression/emontional eating and start realizing what I am doing to myself. 

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