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I'll feel better after I have a salad

Friday, March 12, 2010

Wait, did I really think that? Why yes, I did. If only the rest of the day had gone as well.

Basically I maintained this week (up a tiny bit, but while I pay attention to that, I never really consider that to be "up" -- could just be a heavier breakfast, heavier clothes, etc., altho there were no barettes invited to the WI yesterday).

And the hungries/cravings continued yesterday. They handed out chocolate pretzel bar samples at the meeting . . . I didn't eat it then, I had my apple & my Luna protein bar that I brought with me. Yet after shopping I ate the pretzel bar, too. Maybe the Luna bar got me craving sugar? Because I was sure craving it the rest of the day.

Came home, had my nice planned healthy lunch, then had 1 Kashi cookie.

Had my nice planned healthy dinner, then had 2 of the chocolate peanut butter bars (about the size of a truffle, they're not full bars) DH brought me from Seattle.

I'm not sure if I got into a "well, I'm gaining weight despite my best efforts (or not losing, take your pick) so I mayt as well eat" frame of mind. Instead of "I'd like to thank the academy", I'd like to blame my hormones, but there are no excuses. Hormones ebb and flow every month and we've just got to learn how to ebb and flow with them instead of blaming them and excusing ourselves from all responsibility.

Now, the one thing I am proud of is that I may have eaten more than I planned to, and most of the extra food I ate was junk, but I ate it all mindfully, and enjoyed it. So it's done. Today is a new day with new choices. I will see if I can figure out what's going on, because if I can't figure out the WHY, how can I ever hope to change the behavior?

Do you feel guilty after you give in to cravings? Do you try to figure out just what prompted those cravings in the first place? Ever find yourself actually craving healthy food? Or chasing said healthy food craving with something not so healthy?

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CRAVE_FREE 3/12/2010 4:01PM

    I only feel guilty if I give into the cravings without planning. If I've been craving a butterfinger for several days, I'll find a way to work it in. I crave veggies sandwiches, but I love cream cheese and avocado on them which kinda defeats the purpose!

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HEYRED221 3/12/2010 12:26PM

    I have a salad I make that I LOVE!!!! So, its all good!!!!

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SLIMMERJESSE 3/12/2010 11:00AM

    I know what you mean about feeling better after salad. I love salads. And I crave broccoli sometimes. Which is kinda funny, but great. Have a wonderful day.

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LUV2BWALKING 3/12/2010 9:45AM

    I know how you feel. I have eaten 3 candy bars in 2 days! I guess its the hormones. I do blame them because I don't eat sweets. Like you said today is a new day. Salads here I come!!!

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KARBIE18 3/12/2010 8:04AM

    Oh my! Major sugar cravings (and all-out binges) for me the last couple of days. Strangely enough, no guilt. I just know that I have to go relatively sugar-free today to get it out of my system.

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BESSHAILE 3/12/2010 6:49AM

    Oh boy have you got ME pegged! In answer to your questions:




so I was speaker at one of those dinner meetings last night and I was SO good and careful and enjoyed myself

and came home and ate 2 skinny cow ice cream sandwiches and a yogurt. I will tell myself I needed calcium but truth is - that last yogurt was merely mindless eating.

Isn't wonderful the sun comes up and gives us a New Day every 24 hours? Happy Friday

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SHEILA1505 3/12/2010 6:32AM

    I am craving one-pot cooking e.g. stir-fry as I have a houseguest who only likes potatoes, and also doesn't like any spices!
I have taken to putting veg into the blender to add to the sauce - he'll leave my house healthy in spite of himself - and at least I am getting what I need! (Don't worry - he doesn't have allergies - just a spoiled brat where food is concerned!)

No - I don't feel guilty if I splurge on licorice or 85% chocolate - I just enjoy them in the moment but I don't keep a stash in the house or car!

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Learn to trust the process

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Even after a couple of years, it's hard. I hate the hungry days. You know them -- the normal things don't fill you up. You don't feel emotional, you're just HUNGRY with a capital H (obviously).

My hungry day troubleshooter:

Have I drunk enough water? Y

Have I eaten enough fruits/veggies? Y

Have I eaten enough protein? Y

Have I actually just eaten enough? Y

Am I tired? No more than usual

Would I eat an apple?

Well, that last one gets a no. The point being if you're truly hungry, you'll eat anything, i.e., it's not a craving.

Yes, I was craving last night. AND hungry. Today is WI. Why does it seem I always get really hungry right before WI? Only that's not true, but sometimes it feels like it.

I was craving something sweet. Chocolate & PB were calling my name, and I have several chocolate & PB stuff around just waiting to be eaten. Only they'll have to wait a bit longer. I decided that that wouldn't fill me up -- yes, I really was hungry, despite the fact that I'd eaten what I'd planned and it really ought to be filling (and had already had an apple earlier in the day, thank you very much).

I went with my banana "ice cream" sundae. Home made banana ice cream that is mostly frozen banana. Raw chocolate sauce. Cacao nibs. A little bit of truwhip. I'd planned on having one several times this week, but when the end of the day rolled around, I never could quite "afford" one.

But I was trying hard to listen to my body; to determine what it really wanted. And that is what it wanted (besides chocolate, chocolate, and some chocolate on top of the chocolate -- yes, it is my hungry time of the month as well).

Whether I could "afford" it or not this was what I wanted. So I ate it. Mindfully. With no regrets. And chased it with a Hershey's dark chocolate kiss (despite choosing to have a couple after lunch, too -- not a reward for my long walk, just because that was what my body wanted).

So today is WI. I am so close to moving that ticker. I might have just been able to do it if I hadn't forgotten my barette last week. Don't laugh -- that sucker is welded wire with a stone in it. The good news is my WI jeans feel loose this morning. That doesn't always mean anything. But I'm hopeful, and if it's not meant to be, that's ok too.

Do you trust the process? Do yo listen to your body, even when it's demanding more than you think it needs, or more than you had planned for? Or have you forgotten the number to your body?

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HEYRED221 3/11/2010 11:20AM

    I can so relate - especially with the chocolate cravings! Hope your WI goes well!!! emoticon

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BESSHAILE 3/11/2010 11:06AM

    Absolutely - we have to learn to trust the process.

And I hope the process pats you back.

you go girl

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SLIMMERJESSE 3/11/2010 10:09AM

    I just blogged about this. Wow, we must have ESPN. (smiling) However, after writing a long blog, it looks like it might not have gone through. I've been having trouble with that on this site. Have a great day.

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CRAVE_FREE 3/11/2010 9:08AM

    Great post! Also, tha question about eating an apple, I'm adding that to my check-list when I think I'm starving. I think that question will get me every time! I trust the process for the most part and try to work on listening to my body and not my mind.

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FREELADY 3/11/2010 8:48AM

    Great, great blog.

Thank you so much for the hungry day checklist. I need that. It's gonna save my day very soon, I know. Monday and Tuesday my experience was so much like yours. Your evaluation process is sane and effective and gives me a concrete tool. I feel better just knowing I have a strategy now.

My instincts are still skewed by too many years of unhealthy eating, not to mention unhealthy eating twisted up with unhealthy thoughts and emotions. But as these things are healing, I am catching a glimpse of what you are talking about. Your description and questions give me additional solid hope that I am getting to that point of listening to my body and trusting the process.

Thanks for a fascinating blog and helpful content!

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IFDEEVARUNS2 3/11/2010 7:52AM

    Yes, I finally trust the process. I've always listened to my body, it doesn't usually demand things it doesn't need. But now I can do so calmly, without guilt feelings.
Great blog! emoticon

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Instant gratification vs lasting joy

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

I "stole" that from my buddy Besshalie's blog. What an insight, huh? So simple. So true.

While I had planned to get skating in one last time this week, it was just not meant to be. Monday was grocery shopping. Tuesday we had an unexpected meeting in the evening in our house, which required a lot of picking up on my part -- totally my fault, stuff I'd procrastinated on.

Tomorrow is my WW meeting. And hopefully they will be dropping off the kitchen cabinets tomorrow afternoon, and installing them Friday.

Which left today. Only today is gorgeous. We're not seeing the 60s and above some of you are, but still, it was warm enough to walk the dogs without boots & a coat -- finally! -- and it's supposed to start raining on Thursday and go on right through the weekend.

So I chose to take the dogs to the park for a nice, long walk today. It was too nice to be in a skating rink. The dogs haven't had a walk like this since November.

I went back & forth in my mind over bringing a couple of Hershey's dark chocolate kisses. I ran outside for almost 45 minutes yesterday, and as it turned out, we walked for about an hour today. I deserved it, didn't I?

I didn't take the kisses. Good thing, too, because I started to get hungry while walking. If I'd had them, I'd have eaten them. And it would have been a little instant gratification but no lasting joy. I'd start to feel guilty, no dobut, about those kisses shortly after eating them.

I don't know why we think we have to fuel all exercise. It's the reason people sometimes gain weight while training for a marathon: they totally give themselves permission to eat whatever they want because they're training hard.

Well, a 5k run or an hour walk with the dogs isn't training hard. It's good exercise, but it's not like I'm totally depleting my stores of energy and therefore have to refuel immediately.

I think if you're eating well, for most of us the need for a pre or post-workout snack is a myth. If you're truly training hard (like for a marathon), it's a different story. Even then it's real easy to give yourself permission to go overboard.

Still, I try to listen to my body too. I truly was hungry. Yes, I'd had a snack, but as it turns out, it was later than I thought it was. I shouldn't have been that hungry, but that just says to me maybe my snack wasn't enough for me THIS day.

And this is what happens when you write a blog off the top of your head most times -- totally all over the place, making several points badly rather than one point well.

Anyway, do you think you give yourself permission to eat too often when you exercise? Does exercise suppress your appetite, or does it make you hungrier? How often do you give in to the instant gratification of food, of new clothes (or new books or new exercise DVDs or whatever your achilles' heel is -- mine is all of the above!)? Do you think you'd find more lasting joy if you didn't give in to that little voice saying "feed me, seymour!"?

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BESSHAILE 3/11/2010 11:08AM

    Ha Ha ... all TOO often.

happy Friday eve

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SLIMMERJESSE 3/10/2010 5:00PM

    I enjoy stream of consciousness blogs and your blogs - one topic or several - are always good. Have to admit that, although I can (andoftentimes do) plan for the future, I really enjoy instant gratification. My personal fabric seems to love the live for the moment thrill as I always think "the future's uncertain and the end is always near." (smiling) Have a wonderful day.

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CHEERFUL-ALT-3 3/10/2010 1:46PM

    I am pretty sure they mean a snack with lots of protein...why oh why don't they make high protein chocolate kisses?

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HEYRED221 3/10/2010 1:09PM

    Exerc ise suppresses my appetite. I usally try to eat a good meal before my exercise and then usually have a few left for a simple dinner or evening snack (just depends on what time I get home). I do give myself a treat though - my favorite are York Peppermint patties. I have at least one every day!

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BRAYDRAY 3/10/2010 1:07PM

    I am one of those that running makes me hungry so I do a protein shake afterwards and fruit or etc......HOwever, I realize taht moderate exercise....taking a long walk....doesn't cause me to be hungry....HOwever, I think running best and I haven't done it in a week since I was sick. Giving in to small indulgences is ok as long as it is small.

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IFDEEVARUNS2 3/10/2010 12:51PM

    If I run 5k, I do indeed need a snack (small one) about a hour before, and I need another one within 30 minutes after. Maybe when I'm more fit....
But the chocolate kisses aren't a snack, they are an indulgence! emoticon

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You might be a foodie if . . .

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Since I thought my last few blogs were kind of weighty (pun intended), I thought it was time for a little fun. Let's see if I can actually pull this off, it's all off the top of my head.

You might be a foodie if . . .

. . . the cookbooks in your house outnumber the regular books

. . . you actually READ cookbooks, all the way thru. More than once

. . . you spend almost as much time hunting down new, cool stuff at the grocery store as you do shopping for new, cool clothes

. . . you don't blink twice at spending $20 in shipping to get cool food you can't get locally

. . . you can tell your husband how many tablespoons in half a cup without having to look it up

. . . you get as excited about a new nutrition bar find as you do about winning the lottery

. . . you have eaten alligator, frog's legs, snake, and know what durian is

. . . you choose more new recipes to try each week than you can possibly actually cook

. . . you preorder the next cookbook from your favorite author

Ok foodies, help me flesh out my list!

So what about you? Are you a foodie? Can you remember desserts from 20 years ago (but certainly not your address back then)? Do the sounds coming out of your mouth when you eat sound like they ought to be coming out of the bedroom?

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KUNGFOOD 3/10/2010 7:45AM

    ...leftovers and restaurant doggy bags are simply conduits for an entirely creative next meal!
Hmm last best meal I remember paired a strawberry blue cheese fresh herb salad served with a wine that caused me to realize how matching wine with the food takes flavor profiles to the heights... !

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STARTSPARKING 3/10/2010 6:20AM

    To answer your questions...

I guess I'm a semi-foodie.

Yes, I can remember desserts from 20 years ago, but I can still remember my address back then. I guess I haven't moved that much.

As for your last question, you got me ROTFL! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MISSLOIS 3/9/2010 11:36AM

    Love all the comment guys. emoticon

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DOINIT4MEJONES 3/9/2010 11:29AM

    ...if you can make dinner plans and ask the host/hostess to make a recipe out of your healthy cookbook instead of one of thiers. (My sister thought I was kidding).

...if you choose at least one new recipe from Spark Recipes every week and still have not made the same one twice. (Been doing this since I started in August and have yet to make the same recipe, to many really good ones to choose from).

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KARBIE18 3/9/2010 10:10AM

    Definitely not a foodie here...or at least not a cook. I do know what a durian is, but definitely don't have plans to eat one! I also know how many tablespoons are in a half cup, but that's from helping my students study for their measurement test for Family and Consumer Science (Home Ec.).

However, I do like food. And I do get excited when I find a new food/dish that is healthy AND delicious.

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SHEILA1505 3/9/2010 9:03AM

    ... if you are never at a loss as to what to do with lurking mushrooms that hide away at the bottom of the veg drawer

... if you prefer catering equipment stores to boutiques (my first port of call in the UK is always Pages in Shaftesbury Ave to see what new toys they have in stock - ditto David Mellor's and Habitat & & & .....)

... if you can feed international students without incident

... if you can cater out of your comfort zone without problems

... if your coffee table is covered with Jamie Oliver, Nigella Lawson, foreign language dictionaries & travel books rather than "Coffee Table books"

do I qualify yet??
BTW I think the only one above that doesn't fit me is the reptile one!!!


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Exercise dependency

Monday, March 08, 2010

This month's Fitness Magazine has an article called "Confessions of a Cardioholic" and evne tho I was already aware of my own tendencies, it definitely hit close to home.

In it, they talk about exercise dependency. Here are a few questions that can help you determine if you're overly dependent on exercise:

Feel a constant obligation to work out? Y

Feel guilty or ashamed when you can't exercise? Y

Compromise your safety to work out (i.e., working outside alone at night because you "have to")? N

Exercise even when you're sick or fatigued? N

Find yourself constantly nursing an injury? N

Experience irregular or absent periods? N

Need more exercise to get the same effects as before? N

Put exercise before family, friends or work? Maybe

Hear family & friends expressing concerns about your exercise habits? N

So even tho I answered no to most of the questions, the article says if you answer yes to ANY of the questions you may want to think about how your exercise is effecting your life.

It's such a fine line between enough and too much. I do feel driven to complete my exercise plan each week. I don't feel right if I don't exercise every day. Part of the way I think I'm going to kick this plateau is by active rest -- on the weekends I didn't used to get my 10,000 steps in sometimes. My walks with the dogs are often shorter because DH won't walk as long.

So now I usually hop on the treadmill in the morning and walk while DH is still snoozing. At an easy pace.

And I do feel driven to get my 10,000 steps in. Which is why yesterday, despite having walked the dogs for about 50 minutes in the morning and then done a 40 minute yoga DVD, I went for a run.

Altho it's never that simple. I was going to try to talk DH into a second walk with the dogs, but frankly, I was surprised that he walked as long as he did both days this weekend -- longer than he normally walks for.

I could've gotten on the treadmill, but it was just too nice out. So I decided to go for a run outside. My first since my first run outside way back in November. I made sure to go really slow, and I was able to run the entire time (minus the warm up & cool down, of course).

OTOH, I am very mindful of all my spark buddies who have injured themselves from pushing too hard, too soon. I was wary of trying to fit in the ice skating and the run on Friday. I don't want to injure myself. But I wanted to see if I could do both. And the run did actually energize me. Which I suppose is part of the equation -- if it had exhausted me, it would have been too much. But how could I know that before hand?

My appetite is pretty much the same whether I exercise or not. So I have to admit that I'm afraid if I take a complete rest day (no active rest) that I will continue to stall or gain.

I felt guilty when I didn't get my 10,000 steps in on the day I shoveled the driveway for 2 hours. But I did, at least, recognize that I'd already gotten enough exercise even with such a puny amount of steps. It was hard work shoveling a foot of snow! And I did lose weight that week.

So it's such a fine line. And this is just a crazy blog for me, the former couch potato, to write!

So how bout you. Do you feel dependent on exercise? Do you WISH you could feel dependent on exercise? Do you think you overdo it in the exercise department? Or do you feel you have a healthy relationship with exercise?

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BESSHAILE 3/9/2010 6:39AM

    Interesting you bring this up because when I read about you pushing yourself to skate AND run ... what with my own recent debacle from overdoing it in the front of my own mind - my first thought was ...ooooo I hope she isn't addicted to exercise.

It really is a fine line between pushing yourself and pushing yourself over the edge. I had no idea I was pushing myself too hard, since I felt neither tirdness nor soreness and I was feeling stronger and more energetic. Evidently my brain thought differently and kabam! I read somewhere that with yoga you should just push the edges a little bit. I like that image. Get to comfortable and then just nudge the edge.

The only question I could answer yes to was feeling shame when I don't work out and ... well ... shame is a bit strong. I do feel bad when I don't work out but then - most of the time I do workout and love it. Exercise has never been my enemy. butter slathered home made tomato bread is my enemy. emoticon

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TACOMALO 3/8/2010 4:42PM

    Honestly, I don't agree with that conclusion. The most successful people in all things in life are a little bit "obsessed".

I think it is an amazing trait, especially since no one is getting hurt.

In fact, I need some of your obsession! I am WAAAY to mellow about exercise. Not a good thing.

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CRAVE_FREE 3/8/2010 4:31PM

    I probably am dependent on exercise. I need it to feel balanced. But also as a former couch potato, I do not see it as a bad thing. I think it' s exciting that what balances me out now is activity and not food. Moderation is important and being mindful of injury. Do you ever feel like we're always getting conflicting advice? People tell you to put yourself first and find time to exercise and care for yourself, then this article says you shouldn't put it before family or friends. Oh well.

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SEEMAINE 3/8/2010 3:54PM

    You're right! Finding that fine line that determines enough or not enough! I understand completely! I'm a former couch potato too and now I love to exercise and move all of the time. Isn't life funny?

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SEKSUNSHINE 3/8/2010 3:16PM

    There is a fine line, but I think most of us know what that is. I don't feel guilty if I don't exercise I just don't feel as good physically if I don't. I do like to get the steps in I set for myself, but if I don't I don't, I have no one to blame but me for that. All tho it would be nice to blame this computer calling my name to check up on my friends! emoticon

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HEYRED221 3/8/2010 1:24PM

    I feel guilty when I miss my workout - more because I know how it makes me feel and how much better I sleep.

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SLIMMERJESSE 3/8/2010 9:50AM

    Your blog reminded me that last week I was in an office waiting room where they had an overhanging TV. There was a special report about how too much exercise can be counterproductive and produce diminishing returns. As much as I see the value of activity, I also see that line that is crossed when exercise becomes another addiction. And, honestly? I don't think the body was made for constant pushing. Like everything else, there's a thing called moderation. Have a wonderful day.

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LEONALIONESS 3/8/2010 9:34AM

    I answered yes to about half of those things. :/
Including missing periods. Which is my only worry, currently. I'm so so sterilized so I know I'm not PG (but that didn't stop me from testing in January just to be sure! It's still scary!) but yeah.

I really don't feel like I'm doing too much.
I'm running 2X a week training for the half but my mileage is never more than 15 miles a week while I'm doing P90x. I'm doing the X 5 days a week (I skip yoga and run that day) and sometimes am not taking a full rest day to get my short run in. However, the X is mostly strength and it doesn't tend to wipe me out like cardio does. So, I'm not sure what the hey is going on.

I'm eating enough (1500 - 2000) and my micros are all in order. A bit light on fat (I never seem to hit 40+ grams) but otherwise A-okay.

I do tend to feel crabby if I miss my workout and I'll pass on hanging out with my SO at his place in favor of going home to eat. I eat better at home and if I stay here I know we'll either go out or eat less veggies than I'd like. Plus, I pre-track and hate going outside what I've planned.

I think that rigidity needs some work. :/ I really hate not eating what I planned to eat since I know it'll throw my calories AND micronutrients outta wack. As it is, I see Aaron just about every day since we do the X together but I head home to finish my night my way rather than hang out. We see each other more but less at the same time. It's a bit weird.

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FREELADY 3/8/2010 9:17AM

    What you describe does not sound like anything out of balance. It sounds like enthusiasm. It sounds like vigorous focus on something that you're enjoying, something that benefits you and moves you toward healthy goals.

It is not interfering with your life. On the contrary, it is enhancing it.

If you were such an exercise maniac you didn't care how it affected DH, that would be a problem. But you are still considerate of DH.

Patterns of using good sense echo throughout your blog.

I say give yourself a rousing cheer and keep going!
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SHEILA1505 3/8/2010 8:11AM

    I don't feel "dependent" on exercise but I DO enjoy it - the camaraderie with other people at the gym - and the satisfaction of knowing that I am healthier than I've been for years. I do resent it if I can't go to my classes because something interferes with my schedule but that's because I work from home and would never see articulate adults if I didn't go to gym - I certainly couldn't substitute window-shopping in the mall :(

I also enjoy my scheduled rest day(s) and may or may not go for a stroll with a friend just to soak up the sights and sounds around & enjoy the chatter.

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