I just want to bring up a point here, and hopefully by writing it down, my fool brain will accept it as truth. IF YOU EAT IT, IT COUNTS - EVEN IF NOBODY ELSE SEES YOU. For some reason in my head I take extra bites, eat an extra cookie, etc and feel like I'm "getting away" with something if nobody sees me. I know in my head this juvenile and childish. Seriously, deep down, I don't believe those calories don't count. But honestly I wish I knew why I did such things. It's embarrassing and frankly I'm disgusted by the habit.
I've been doing fairly good all week. However, once the weekend came, my water consumption went by the wayside. I ate a little more here and here than I should have. I baked cookies with my daughters yesterday (although, admittedly - they were re-vamped and were about 55 calories each) and ate about 4 or 5 too many of those.
Also my 2 year old is up this morning. She woke up as I as heading downstairs to leave for the gym. So I stayed here with her so Aron can do his yoga this morning - I'll head to the gym tomorrow. I usually go 3 mornings a week (M, W, F). This week I'll just go T, W, F. No big deal.
I'm going to have another good week if it kills me.