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Is it any wonder?

Monday, October 03, 2011

My brother (who lives in CA) was in town briefly, so we went down to my parents for a short visit yesterday. It was us (+ the dogs), my parents, my sister & her husband & her daughter, my brother & his son.

Here's what my mom served for lunch:

2 types of bread
Turkey, corned beef & some other deli meat
Cole slaw
Potato salad
Crab salad
Fruit salad
Cut vegetables

Then she asked me if she ought to put out tuna!

Vintage mom. Is it any wonder I grew up with disordered eating?

I just made myself a turkey sandwich, took a couple of spoonfuls of Cole slaw & loaded up on veggies. Skipped everything else. Said a silent gratitude prayer that she hadn't decided on bagels & lox & whitefish. Everyone loves that & I certainly would have indulged, but I'm better off without. Yon Kippur is this weekend anyway.

I had a nice mushroom lasagna cooking in the slow cooker & it was ready when we got home. Gotta love that!

I took some celery & an apple with me just in case. Good thing, too, cause lunch was pretty late. I don't rely on the kindness of strangers or family when it comes to food!

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WALKINGBYFAITH2 10/5/2011 9:10PM

    So funny... It sounds like our mothers went to the same school of hospitality. My mother tells me I'm no fun since I started eating healthy... Good job taking care of yourself!

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JESSIEJUICE 10/4/2011 12:46AM

    Well handled and a mushroom lasagna sounds soooooooooooo good right now :). MMM.

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KANSASROSE67 10/3/2011 5:26PM

    I like that you were prepared for the temptations! I do this when out shopping or at sports events, but I hadn't thought of bringing my own veggies, etc. to family dinners. It's a good idea...my stepmom usually fixes smothered baked steak, scalloped potatoes, cheesy green beans, creamed corn, bread, and a choice of cheesecakes and pies for dessert!!!

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ZELLAZM 10/3/2011 4:11PM

    Good job!

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NATPLUMMER 10/3/2011 3:54PM

    Yes, had there been lox, bagels and whitefish I would have indulged.
Yay for some slow cooker lasagna.
I think you did great especially with that spread. Did you wear your new jeans?

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IFDEEVARUNS2 10/3/2011 2:45PM

    Ooooh, I'd love that mushroom lasagna recipe for the slow cooker!!!!!

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TEMPEST272002 10/3/2011 2:02PM

    Great job taking care of yourself. At least there were some healthy foods on the table. The mushroom lasagna sounds lovely though & worth the wait.

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KARBIE18 10/3/2011 1:15PM

    Never tried lasagna in the slow cooker. Cool idea!

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SKINNYPOWELL1 10/3/2011 12:57PM

    I live by the same rule.... don't rely on strangers or family for food. I pack my own, being prepared is always best. Glad mom served something you could eat. emoticon emoticon

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Breaking all the rules

Saturday, October 01, 2011

First, I'd like to thank everyone for their feedback yesterday. I decided to take advantage of the free pass, which I picked up yesterday & plan to use Tuesday, hopefully, to try out the hot yoga class, a core class, & take a swim. And then maybe pay for another day pass on a different day to try out something else I'm interested in. Then make my decision at the end of the month.

I'm not worried about using it - I know I will. I've belonged to a couple of health clubs over the years & they were well used. It's not something I need; it's something I want. And it allows me to swim - and so much more - yr round.

I did do my long run yesterday. Maybe not the wisest decision for many reasons but it's done. It was a glorious day. Altho into the low 70s by the time I got out there, much less humid than it's been in a while & not a single mosquito bite - they've been horrible since the flooding a month ago.

Apparently I don't run faster at the park, as I blogged long ago - I think I run faster in the early mornings. Which kind of sucks since my HM is at night & I'm sooooo not a night person. Well, the second HM is early morning!

7 miles just shy of 90 minutes. Which means that hopefully my guestimate of 3 hrs is doable. I think I could do it in under 3 hrs, but the thousands of people might make that difficult anyway. Truly, I just want to finish, hopefully pain free - or at least mostly pain free.

And speaking of pain, yes, my hip bothered me on & off just a little. I might sub that swim this week for one of my runs. I know that really I should have taken a longer break from running, but it's hard when you're training for a race. It wasn't that bad & felt pretty good after icing at home. Embrace the ice! And it was the only thing bothering me.

I have the rest of the weekend to relax now. Oh, I broke the rules cause I also wore my new kicks - which I'd only used for one short, easy run before - on my long run. Nike lunarflys, for those that have to know.

The good news is the gym is right down the road from fleet feet, where I keep meaning to get a shoe fitting & still haven't gotten around to it.

Listening to the rain starting already this morning . . . they're usually pretty accurate when they start saying 70% . . . I know I made the right decision for me.

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DDOORN 10/4/2011 12:29PM

    Glad to hear you're happy with your decision! Just KNOW you're going to work it all you can! :-)


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IFDEEVARUNS2 10/3/2011 2:47PM

    You can definitely do it in under 3 hours!
I don't run well in the afternoon, I know that. But one does what needs to be done with the time available.

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SKINNYPOWELL1 10/3/2011 1:00PM

    Great job on the long run and glad your hip is feeling somewhat better. You will love hot yoga. emoticon

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MZSLYDE01 10/3/2011 10:31AM

    Oh I think it's great you are thinking or have decided to get a membership. It's so nice having access like that.
It's such nice weather for running right now like you said. No humidity, no bugs (well we do have the usual ladie bugs or whatever they are taking over my house)
Enjoy your day.

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NATPLUMMER 10/1/2011 1:34PM

    I think you've made a good decision on the gym.
Yay for a run!! I think you'll do just fine. Pain free is the way to be for sure!!

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HEALTH4LYFE 10/1/2011 1:03PM

    No matter what time you finish, it will be a PR for you, so best of luck on your first half.
And hopefully, the experience you get from the first will help you know what you need or definitely do not need to do for the second, even though there will be differences for you.
I may also suggest you do a " mock" half in your training. Run about the same time of day and fuel yourself as you would during the half to see if you need to alter things. I have done this a couple of times and it has proved very enlightening. Don't do it too close to the race and if it's not in your training, talk with someone you trust about incorporating it in your training. Best of luck.

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SLIMMERJESSE 10/1/2011 10:02AM

    Have fun at the new gym, and best wishes for painfree running. Have a good weekend.

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TEMPEST272002 10/1/2011 10:00AM

    Glad you were able to get in a rain-free run.

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HALFFAST 10/1/2011 8:52AM

    I have no doubt you will take advantage of the gym if you join it. Especially since they have so many amenities!

I'm one of those that joined a gym and then hardly uses it :( My problem is that the gym is down the street from work (2 hours from home) and I'm usually too busy to take a full hour lunch. The reason I joined was because there -was- also one right down the street from home, but within a week after joining that one closed down. Ugh. Anyways, it's a cheap gym (Retro Fitness) with only cardio equip, ST machines, and free weights. I'd be a lot more upset if it was one of those more upscale places with a pool, classes, etc. But then again, if it was one of those places I'd most likely make time to go before/after work ;)

Hope your hip is okay!

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*ERICA* 10/1/2011 6:54AM

    Glad you were able to get your run in. And thats a great idea for the gym. I'm sure you will get lots of use out of it.

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XFITSTRONG 10/1/2011 6:53AM

    I am sure you will nail your 3 hour goal. Having all of thos peole there will help push you. Enjoy your gym and your swim time! I enjoy swimming, but my problem is that it makes me SOOOOOO hungry when I am done, LOL! Have a good weekend!

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A couple of decisions to make

Friday, September 30, 2011

I decided not to swim at the high school this year - the price is really right, but then the hours aren't & I'm locked into a particular day, not to mention the pool tends to be really cold. I was thinking about swimming at a local college, which is just as close.

Then DH came home & said a gym I've been interested in is waiving their enrollment, which they do on occasion. His administrative assistant had just joined. It costs about 3 x as much as the high school, but of course offers a lot more than just a pool.

Yesterday I took a tour. Really, really nice facility. The pool is a bit small - 4 lanes & 25 yards. But it looks nice enough. There's Zumba & a variety of classes - not a whole lot during the day, but some that look interesting. There's hot yoga - just one night a week, but other yoga classes & a pilots-yoga class.

You can get a free fitness assessment every couple of months.

All the cardio equipment - and there are tons & it was empty while I was there, altho there were lots of people there - has cable tv where you can choose the channel!

I could go on & on, but yes, it looks really nice & the only thing I'll miss is no sauna. AND it backs up to the park with the farmer's market where I often do my long runs (altho the farmer's market is done for the year).

So the dilemma? I can get a free day pass to give it a try.

Or I can sign up for a month, because the special runs thru the end of October. But I'll be gone on vacation for 10 days.

Or I can pay for a year up front & they'll tack on 2 extra free months - a significant savings (but again, I'm out of town 10 days October).

Or I get the day pass & sign up for the year when we get back from our vacation at the end of October.

Second decision. Saturday is my long run day. Only it's supposed to be chilly - 50s - and potentially pouring. Now I know it could be pouring during my HM, so it's wise to train for it - but I've slept really poorly all week long & am exhausted & really don't want to run for 1 1/2 hrs in the pouring rain.

I could do it today, which is supposed to be a really lovely day. Even tho I didn't load up on carbs yesterday. But I did run yesterday.

I could do it tomorrow & just suck it up.

I could do it on the treadmill tomorrow.

Can't do it Sunday cause I'm going down to my folks.

There's an indoor track at the gym, btw, but it takes 12 laps to do a mile! Maybe it wouldn't be so bad with tunes . . .

Input welcomed! Assuming you could follow all that.

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DISPATCHER04 9/30/2011 6:06PM

    I would get the day pass and sign up after vacation. You will love a gym membership. I love mine! Especially the Zumba classes. :)

As for the run, I'd do it today. :)

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NIMNIX 9/30/2011 4:23PM

    Do the free day during one of the classes you're interested in. If it's something that you'll stick with, and the amenities you get at the gym are things you will actually use and can't get anywhere else, go for it after you get back from your trip. If you're gonna end up paying for 2 weeks you're not going to use, that's a waste, unless they do enrollments at the beginning of every month.

Really it's what you want and need vs. what makes sense financially and practically. If you sign up for the month of October and you're missing half of it, are you STILL saving money considering you're paying for half a month?

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    Tough decision. I've always been bad about buying exercise equipment and then NOT using it EVER. Or starting to use it a bit at first, but finding myself hating it so much I slowly quit entirely, and then it starts to get dusty in the corner and eventually I have DH move it somewhere "out of the way." SO....I don't know that I would actually use a gym membership, but it sounds like you are the kind of person who would make GOOD use of it. I know it's a lot of money though, and I hate to waste money, so I'd think HARD about it before committing to a full year's membership. I know my son joined one and didn't go at all at first. Then he made friends with a guy at work who belonged to the same gym, and for about six months, they would go several times a week. Then the guy moved away, and he quit going again. He didn't renew his membership at the end of the year. Good luck with your decision.

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TEMPEST272002 9/30/2011 3:58PM

    Some people would sign up for a year & waste it... but you don't seem to be that way. Once you've committed, you're good at following through. Having paid the year fee, you'd probably even push yourself to try a few classes you might not otherwise.

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XFITSTRONG 9/30/2011 3:13PM

    Tough decisions! I would get my long run out of the way today. But of course I have never run in the rain... Don't think my feet would like it. LOL Maybe I should try it some day... that's *if* we ever get any rain. Best wishes!!!!

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DDOORN 9/30/2011 11:28AM

    I'm missing my gym which is still bouncing back from the flood. Been there since this past Feb. and like it a lot. One caveat which I found true for me: going to the gym caused me to "forget about" all the great stuff I previously did when I DIDN'T have the gym. It's good to keep mixing it up, which I'm sure you'll do!

I like the idea of trying before committing. Those extra 2 months whacked off sounds pretty sweet!


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2BEEFIT 9/30/2011 10:24AM

    Just join for the year. It will be done and you will be committed!

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NIKI778 9/30/2011 10:12AM

    I suggest trying the gym before you buy. If you are only going to use it a few days a week, it might not be worth it...

As for the run, I would say see how you feel tomorrow and what the weather is like, I wouldn't run a day early, just wait and see tomorrow, and the decide where you will run, on the treadmill, at the indoor track or outside, based on the weather and your mood.

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NATPLUMMER 9/30/2011 9:23AM

    Hmmmm...I'd get the day pass to see if it's really what you want. You can always sign up for a year when you get back from vacation.
I would be inclined to do the run on Saturday but then I'm a glutton for punishment. It might not even be raining, I wouldn't do it today.

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TRAINER_T 9/30/2011 9:08AM

    I think I would do what you would use and pay for. If all your doing is running and investment in a used treadmill could be the way to go.

As far as saving money, it is only a saving if you truely use it every day.......but buying it is still a saving at any price IF YOU USE THE HECK out of it.

Example....For a 3 day a week use it may not be worth joining, something to think about.

Keep up the great workouts!

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*ERICA* 9/30/2011 9:00AM

    I would give it a shot...Since you are going to be gone for 10 days in october, take your free day pass when there is a class that you want to take and try the pool. see if you can go at different times so you know what its like. like after work and school are probably busier just like mondays. but it will give you a feel for it...but i would wait till you get back to join.

as for the running, i would see how you sleep tonight. If you are ready for it tomorrow morning, do it. Because your right, it could be raining when your do your HM...and running in the rain is awesome (altho at those temps maybe not so much) you will feel better once you go out.

have a great weekend!

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DOGMOMMA2THREE 9/30/2011 8:05AM

    As you know I wrote a similar blog when I joined the local Y in early August but, of course, mine was more to do with how shocked I was with the results of the fitness analysis. Honestly, I wanted to quit the day I joined but now I really enjoy going there.

I'd work out the financial part of joining and then compare that to "what will I lose if I join and hate it". I joined for one month and now it just gets charged to my credit card each month. There was no real saving with going for the year option but I can quit at any time.

As for the running, I'd listen to my body. One day earlier this week I was attempting to learn to jog while on the treadmill but two days later, I really felt like quitting. So, instead of quitting, I just walked a bit further and listened to my inner self. It was a good decision all around!

Hoping you have a wonderful day with your family on Sunday!

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Being comfortable

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Clinton & Stacy hate the c-word, but there can be something to be said for being comfortable, too.

Being comfortable in your own skin, for instance.

Getting my hair cut always gives me feedback. There's something about the mirrors in salons - they're very unforgiving. But yesterday I was ok with my face - still room for improvement, probably always will be, but it didn't make me cringe. In fact, it looked pretty good. You should be able to look at yourself in the mirror without cringing.

Being comfortable in my jeans is important, too. Sometimes jeans lie - they stretch & make us feel comfortable when maybe we shouldn't be getting comfortable. But they can be tight, too - always useful feedback.

Actually, I'd like mine to be too loose. I've got a couple of pairs of jeans that are too tight to wear. When they're comfortable, I'm pretty sure I'll be at my GW.

Being comfortable listening to your body. Today I usually do a mini-fast, delaying breakfast by a few hrs - roughly a 12 hr fast. But I woke up STARVING. So I ate breakfast at my normal time. Nothing wrong with that. Flexible things bend; rigid things break.

My hip bothered me just a bit during my easy run yesterday. Just enough to let me know it's not quite back to normal. Oddly enough, my knee had a few twinges at the 10 minute mark. So I took a walking break & it didn't bother me again.

I iced the hip when I got home & even tho it gave me a few aches throughout the day, it feels fine this morning.

As with most things in life, there's a fine line between the good-comfortable & the bad-comfortable.

Have you noticed when it's good to get comfortable?

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MZSLYDE01 9/29/2011 9:06AM

    I am glad too that your hip is feeling better.
Nice pondering - you are getting us all thinking.
I so am totally about being comfortable. When I was younger I wore those skin tight jeans. Don't know how I did it because I wouldn't do it now.

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WALKINGBYFAITH2 9/28/2011 5:34PM

    Good thoughts to ponder today! I really like it when I start to find the discomfort during exercise to be my new comfort zone! I have been contemplating changing my clothes to get comfy for a while this evening, but I have to go back to work later and don't think I could bear changing back, so I guess i will have to be uncomfortable for a while longer today. Then I am hoping to get some of those exercise minutes in and come home to get comfy for the rest of the night. Thanks for your thoughts. I can ponder them while I am walking!

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JOYFULSPIRIT920 9/28/2011 4:09PM

    I don't know what your hip issues are, but when it hurts in the hip & knee its usually your IT band. I have a lot of issues with mine. Use the foam roller & stretch stretch stretch stretch it out.
And I agree, being comfortable with yourself, who you are is good.

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CHRISTINA791 9/28/2011 3:58PM

    I've definitely noticed this. I used to hate wearing clothes - as soon as I got home from work, it was into the loose yoga pants and a giant t-shirt. Everything else dug and pinched.

I had to laugh at the hair comment. I always hated looking in the mirror because I have a short neck and a round face. The wet hair and tight cape would just make things worse, and I'd leave feeling like my face was almost deformed (even though I always loved the hair cut itself). This last time, I still had a short neck and round face, but I looked normal. I could see my cheekbones and everything was in proportion. It was a good feeling.

Congrats on feeling more comfortable in your body! It's well earned!

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DAYHIKER 9/28/2011 11:12AM

    Some good food for thought; thanks. I'm glad your hip is already better!


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RATFINKROB 9/28/2011 11:12AM

    I am happy with the mirror most of the time. I just can't look too close. When I shave I am always wondering who that old man is in the mirror. That can't possible be me. Oh yeah 50! How did that happen, I don't feel old. OK, take three steps backwards, much better! Oh heck I think I need glasses.

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DDOORN 9/28/2011 10:40AM

    Hey I've NEVER seen a mirror that WAS forgiving...lol!

But I suppose that has a whole lot to do with the "eyes of the beholder!" Tough muscles to work out...those ones that allow us to be kind to ourselves...but not TOO kind! :-)

I get aches and pains now & then too...just keep stretching 'em out and putting one foot ahead of the other.

Thx for stopping by my blog today!

Spark ON!


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NIKI778 9/28/2011 10:32AM

    Completely agree, about good and bad comfortable. For me when I am comfortable with body, even if I am not at my goal weight or any where close to it is a great thing! I get this feeling from watching the small changes that I am seeing everyday.

Bad Comfortable is wearing only pants that have elastic waist bands because they are the only "comfortable" clothes that I have to wear.

Also bad comfortable can be when you get complacent and comfortable with situations, and stop challenging yourself to grow, this is why goals are so important not only in weight loss but other areas of our life as well because they keep us reaching and growing.

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NATPLUMMER 9/28/2011 9:41AM

    Yes, you should be comfortable in your own skin and definitely be able to look at yourself in the mirror without cringing.
I like to be comfortable in my jeans, too. Since that's pretty much all I wear.
I hope the knee stays happy and the hip is good for the next run.

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*ERICA* 9/28/2011 8:48AM

    I agree that is a great statement! Great workout today!

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SKINNYPOWELL1 9/28/2011 7:52AM

    Glad the hip is feeling better. I liked your statement.... Flexible things bend, rigid things break. Kinda struck a nerve with me today. You never know what little thing you say may leave a lasting impression. Great thoughts today. emoticon

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Smaller portions = smaller appetite

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Who knew?

So I used to use 1/2 cup (dry) oatmeal for my breakfasts & recently downsized to 1/3 cup. And a funny thing happened on the way to my GW: ultimately I find myself LESS hungry - as long as TOM is not knocking at my door.

It was such a struggle for meto make the switch, too. A mental struggle, not physical. Yet I find that most days I eat my morning snack later because I'm simply not hungry.

I suppose it's the old your stomach shrinks so if you're really listening to your hunger cues, they shrink too.

Portion control is probably my final frontier.

Mostly healthy eating? Check. Altho I most definitely could have made a better choice than the salmon Wellington last night . . . chased by the healthy chocolate chip cookie cake. Just means my choices for the next couple of days REALLY need to be healthy.

Exercise? Check.

Tracking what I REALLY eat? Check.

Being satisfied with smaller portions? Progress, not perfection. But I'll keep the whole oatmeal experiment in mind.

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SLS-NY2IN 9/27/2011 9:55PM

    emoticonjob. Change our portions and our minds!

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DOGMOMMA2THREE 9/27/2011 6:34PM

    Great reminder to all of us to listen to what our bodies are telling us. I used to make popcorn and feel obligated to eat the whole bag but now I stop before I feel full and I'm fine. Of course, we all have different calorie requirements so it does take some time to work out what is best.

You are doing so great!

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WALKINGBYFAITH2 9/27/2011 5:20PM

    Congratulations! It is so easy to let eating get out of control one little bite at a time. It sounds like you are working really hard at thinking smart about your eating. Keep up the great work! emoticon

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JERSEYGIRL24 9/27/2011 5:08PM

    Great job. I think I need to do a better job of portion control myself. I feel like I am doing a lot of the right things but still not losing weight. That is probably the key.

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VISUALLYRICS 9/27/2011 2:54PM

    Portion control is probably my final frontier too!
emoticonfor having a checklist and for such progress!! emoticon

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*ERICA* 9/27/2011 10:54AM

    Its so amazing how our bodies work. and once you lose weight, you have to cut your portions...and I know I am always thinking...am I really gonna be full after this little bit of food...but yes! Measuring cups are always a great tool!!!

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NATPLUMMER 9/27/2011 9:30AM

    It sounds like you're doing great. I do think that portion size has a lot to do with mentality. The more I eat, the hungrier I get. Vicious circle.

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MZSLYDE01 9/27/2011 9:03AM

    I have yet to find the happy LESS hungry thing. Still working on it - hope I find it soon.

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NIKI778 9/27/2011 9:00AM

    Great experiment. I am working on increasing protein in my morning meal to see if that helps me eat less later in the day, night time is still the hardest for me, and last night I just couldn't stop snacking...

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SHEILA1505 9/27/2011 7:31AM

    Let's hope this is so - I bought some smaller bowls so I don't go crazy with fruit and yogurt this summer - and last night instead of dipping into the fridge for a second helping, I had a couple of sugar-free chewing gums instead. Then I forgot that I'd had the munchies :))

Good luck with GW

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BESSHAILE 9/27/2011 6:50AM

    you are ringing my bell too - when I get used to ignoring my stomach's messages I not only eat more - I want more.

thanks for the reminder. and wayyy good for you.

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DAYHIKER 9/27/2011 6:31AM

    I agree with this...the more I eat the more I want. The appetite is like a wild beast once unleashed! My current bliss is a T of cocoa in my (1/3 c) oatmeal and a tsp of butter. emoticon

Gardening and canning are (almost) over and I'm baaaack... emoticon emoticon

Cindy in Indiana emoticon

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