I would like to interduce myself to you .. my name is Susie, I have been a team member of this wonderful Australian Down Under Team for almost 2 years now and through Sparkpeople as well as this team have had a lot of success with changing to a Healthy Spark Lifestyle .. I am now a Co-Leader and would like to invite you all to come join us in this exciting new look Team .. We are dedicated to helping you as much as we can.
Our mission is, to help you achieve your dreams of Fitness and Health So why not come join us in this exciting journey of ours.. Hugs Susie 1821 days ago
Hi Diya, I saw your question about disassociating eating with social events. I have the same exact issue as well. I have found that if I eat before going to the event or out for the night I don't have the urge to then eat while socializing (and thus overeating because I am not paying attention). At first I thought it would be no fun to eat before leaving the house but have found that it's simply not true for myself. In fact, I have a more enjoyable time when out because I am more focused on my friends and the conversations than the food. And then I feel so good about the wise choice(s) that I made. I try to make my meals that I eat at home just as good or better than what I would be eating while out. And they happen to be better for me anyways. If I feel that I still need to have something to eat, I'll then order a salad or veggies to nosh on. I hope this helps. 3018 days ago
Thanks for stopping by my blog. You are so right - it all depends on how you look at it. It's always better when the glass is half full, right?! :) Best wishes for a health-ful day! 3018 days ago