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1/15/14 6:58 P

Just taking one day at a time....I try not to get overwhelmed with how much weight I have to lose...but if I can get through one day at a time, I am that much closer to reaching my goals. It is a lot less stressful thinking in that way! emoticon

TANITHSEH1011 Posts: 206
1/15/14 4:42 P

The feeling I get after working out usually helps me. Sure I may not wake up in the morning exciting about have to drive 30 mins to get to the gym by 6am but once I'm done and headed to work I feel great! I find it makes my day feel better overall. So when I wake up I think about the result rather than how much I would rather just roll over and nap.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
1/15/14 11:11 A

i have a BIG WHY. Normally it is enough to keep me going.

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 37,734
1/13/14 8:54 P

Here are a few articles that you may find helpful in handling that:

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutrition_art
icles.asp?id=407


www.sparkpeople.com/resource/wellness_arti
cles.asp?id=1396


www.sparkpeople.com/resource/wellness_arti
cles.asp?id=208


Also, there is an Emotional Eaters SparkTeam that you may want to consider joining for support: teams.sparkpeople.com/emotionaleaters&gcod
e=1XP4WQ18VVMDVBKTHTJM4VUQ31GVCG


Coach Denise

JAM2DREW Posts: 12,775
1/12/14 6:11 P

I am having problems staying motivated and keeping my focus on where I want to be. Does anyone have any advice? I tend to be an emotional eater and eat/drink too much in the evening when I am not at work.

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