Falling Off the Wagon

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It’s happened to all of us… the cheat day that you didn’t plan. But what do you do about it? Don’t waste time beating yourself up. Get back on the wagon and keep going!

A few weeks ago I ordered two boxes of cookies from a colleague’s kid who is involved in an organization that sells cookies this time of year, if you know what I mean. So while I was being supportive of my friend’s kids, I really should’ve planned better for what to do when the boxes arrived and were sitting there on my desk. I had a stressful day – and I suppose you know where this is going – I ate an entire box by myself. I knew better. But stress added to opportunity can lead to failure. I’m making the choice for this to be a temporary failure, not a mistake that defines me. I won’t allow one set back to derail everything I’ve accomplished in my journey.

Has this ever happened to you? What did you do to “right the ship” as they say? Please comment below with your two cents! Check out the video and let me know your thoughts.

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