Here’s How You Can Get Back On Track After Overindulging 

As much as you try to control yourself, there are bound to be times when you just end up munching on a calorie bomb. Whether it’s due to stress or simply because you’re celebrating with your loved ones, you end up overindulging. And then you regret it.

Well, let us start by saying that you’re not alone – because some of us at Evolve Daily experience this too! It helps to keep calm and remember that there are ways to get back on track despite messing up. After all, it’s not the end of the world if you choose to salvage the situation! 

Today, Evolve Daily shares 5 Ways To Get Back On Track After Overindulging:

1) Enjoy your calorie-rich treat

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If you’re already digging in to that pizza or donut, there’s no point hating yourself as you eat it. After all, you’ve already made the decision to indulge – so enjoy every bite. And when the moment is over, remember that it takes much more than that calorie bomb to throw you off track – but of course, you have to make sure this doesn’t turn into a habit!


2) Don’t beat yourself up

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As mentioned earlier, there’s no point hating yourself for indulging. So don’t beat yourself up over it. Instead, try to figure out what went wrong, and whether there were any triggers that caused you to overindulge. Was it because you were dealing with a super long, stressful day? Or maybe you didn’t get enough sleep the previous night and as a result, ended up craving and reaching out for junk food. Once you find out what went wrong, you can then learn from this and make sure it doesn’t happen again.


3) Have a fallback plan

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At the very least, you should have one thing that you can always fall back on – so that you wouldn’t feel too bad about indulging. Whether it’s drinking a glass of water between every alcoholic beverage or spending 20 minutes doing bodyweight exercises, this fallback plan should be something that is realistic. Also, it helps to remember that any healthy choice you make still ultimately contributes to your overall wellbeing. So do your best to make healthy choices everyday!


4) Focus on what you’ve been doing well

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In times like this, it helps to stay positive and remember that you’ve come so far from day 1. After all, it takes commitment and discipline to lead a healthy lifestyle and consistently make those healthy choices. So take note of what you’re doing well and of course, make it a point to continue doing so! Don’t let one indulgence dishearten you and more importantly, don’t give up on your goals!


5) Talk to someone about this

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It always helps to share your struggles and goals with people. So talk about it! Be honest and get advice from those who have achieved similar goals and find out what they did to get back on track when they overindulged. By doing so, you would not only be able to get a better solution, but also get inspired all over again.


There’s no doubt that overindulging can cause a great deal of guilt and even make you feel like you’ve messed up big time. But now that you know how to get back on track, don’t give up – and get ready to crush all your body goals!

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