Fitness Minutes: (10,408)
568 9/27/13 1:19 P
I think since you have more applications that are under review you should have a plan in place if you get news you dont want to hear. I dont know what that would be for you. For me it's keeping snacks completely out of the house and mentally preparing myself through visualisation.
Before reaching for the food, drink a big glass of water. That you help reduce how much you can eat at any one time. Make sure you are not eating just empty calories. If you have to overeat, at least give your body some nutitional value too. Then forgive your self and move one. Don't let yourself spiral out of control.
Fitness Minutes: (39,498)
6,371 9/27/13 11:33 A
Stress eating is really easy to do and a really hard habit to break!
Does meditation or yoga help? For me, just putting in my headphones and taking a long walk does wonders. Instead of sticking a bunch of cookies in my mouth, I might eat some baby carrots - same crunch but fewer calories! Find some ways to deal with the stress that don't involve eating.
Go back to the gym and just start again. "Fall down seven times, get up eight!"
On June 24, I joined a gym and lost around 9-10 pounds in 11 weeks. I was exercising regularly and eating healthy, with the exception of a few setbacks. The last week has been terribly stressful both at work and home, besides college applications, and I haven't exercised because of a debilitating injury! I received a rejection last night and everything's gone downhill, my calorie excess for the week has been ~2000! What do I do...?
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