Here's my confession:
Yesterday, I had to pieces of delicious, awesome, yummy cake with whipped cream on top. I wish I
could have another piece wouldn't have eaten it.
Afterwards, I knew I would never be able to limit my calories intake to 1,400. I consumed about 2,000 calories yesterday. The dog and I took an extra long walk to compensate a little for my sin.
Fortunately, the only person I need to forgive me for this "sin" is myself. And I do forgive my weaker, hungrier self - because the cake really was awesome.
Still, I feel a little bad about me giving in to temptation. I tried to eat healthy today. I had (in no particular order):
- two slices of whole-wheat bread,
- two slices of edamer cheese,
- four oat cookies,
- low-fat yoghurt,
- a tiny, tiny piece of dark chocolate (70 calories),
- one chai latte (67 calories),
This adds up to about 1,400-1,500 calories. I think that's okay, don't you? I also briskly walked for an additional half hour.
Are you "sinning" sometimes? Do you allow yourself to give in to some cravings? What do you do to resist?