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It's time to admit I'm an emotional eater.

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Yes, I can deny this to myself but in all actuality I am an emotional eater. emoticon I never thought I was until I decided to sit down and actually take stock of my life. I had a couple of "aha" moments while I was thinking. emoticon I figured out that I will emotionally eat when I am stressed or anxious. I do not eat when I am happy, sad or angry. I see this as a small victory since I am not emotionally eating for all feelings. emoticon

Well, things have changed recently. I have been unemployed for 8 months now. emoticon Due to this my stress has increased. I have to be careful that I do not put these feelings into eating. I have tried to get rid of all my trigger foods and this has helped. emoticon emoticon emoticon I have also been relying more on my coping skills. I have been at the YMCA when I have been feeling stressed. This is a good way to use that energy in a positive manner. emoticon emoticon emoticon I have been knitting a ton of items for my knitting charity. (Feel free to check it out www.lubasblanket.org ). I try to make cards and use my creativity to get all of those feelings out so I don't dwell on it. Lately, I have been very anxious and that is something I thought I had a handle on. I was very anxious when I was in my early 20's but learned how to manage it. Now, it seems it has returned and I need to use different skills to manage it. My self esteem has taken a hit due to the amount of interview rejections. I know the economy is not the best but it still hurts that I haven't found a job.

I can either dwell on the negative feelings and be a crabapple or I can make the best of it. There are people out there who have it worse than I do. I need to remember this. I have my friends, family and Church to help me when I need it. I have chosen to take charge of my eating and destiny and not let it get me down. I might not be able to control my feelings but I can control how I react to them. I am going to chose to be productive instead of eating the feelings.

I hope everyone is having a great day!

  
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KAREN608 8/28/2013 1:32PM

    I am similar, but I break out in shingles when stress is very high.
I am glad right now, not a lot of stress, as DH brought in a bunch
of cheapo icky cookies and fried pies in little boxes. I will not eat
any. I will have my fruit, water and none of the chips he bought,
either.

I think I eat when lonely too, though, as a rule I am used to being alone.
With five outside cats, I am never really alone.

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KNITTY_JESS 7/15/2013 9:05PM

    You are right. You really have to remain positive through this. Glad that you have other ways to occupy your time, especially in such ways that they are benefitting others.

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EMPRESSAMQ 7/15/2013 10:41AM

    Love your positive attitude on this topic. I am an emotional eater, too, seeking to reach good conclusions such as you have come to and expressed in this post. Thanks for posting.

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JESSIKA_56 7/10/2013 2:27PM

    Good job being real with yourself! Sometimes that's the hardest part!

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ELMA1913 7/10/2013 9:32AM

    I am so encouraged by your blog! I am an emotional eater also - and also when I am stressed or anxious. Way to go on being productive - my daughter knits and says it is not only relaxing, but keeps her from eating.
For me, I need to get out an walk, or weather permitting, work in my flower beds pulling weeds. It is amazing how I can pretend that those weeds are my "issues" and I am none too gentle at pulling them out and throwing them in the trash pile!

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PATRICIAAK 7/9/2013 9:48PM

    There are thousands of us emotional eaters! I am a leader on the Emotional Eater team. Our 'icon' is a train - after the 'Little Engine that Could". We believe we can achieve mastery over this eating!

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CRAFTINWIFE 7/9/2013 9:30PM

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-SHAWN- 7/9/2013 8:44PM

    I wonder if there are more emotional eaters today due to the fact we are more electronically connected rather than 'in person' connected...hmmmmm
Are we missing that emotional connection and turning to food to get that need met?

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RABBITART 7/9/2013 6:36PM

    Acknowledging the problem and what triggers you is half the battle. Good for you for recognizing this and doing something to change it. Definitely doing something you love to take your mind off food is the right place to start. I hope you can find a job soon. Stay positive! emoticon

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DWSCHUYLER 7/9/2013 6:02PM

    You are amazing! You have taken the time to really know yourself and that alone is going to give you power and confidence in all aspects of your life. Hang in there! emoticon

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FEARLESSNOW 7/9/2013 4:50PM

    Emotional eating seems to be more and more common among people today. Glad to read that you are finding other activities to cope. Good luck!

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LILPIXIE55 7/9/2013 4:03PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon knowledge is power, knowledge is POWER emoticon

How AMAZING you have been able to not only identify this but also beginning to change it already emoticon emoticon you are a ROCKSTAR emoticon

I wish you every success in continuing with this AMAZING journey and in finding the employment or alternative that can keep you happy, fulfilled and satisfied.

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KABMPH 7/9/2013 2:12PM

    You are a strong, inspirational woman. I wish you the best of luck and am grateful you have such a strong support network!

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WOUBBIE 7/9/2013 2:10PM

    " I might not be able to control my feelings but I can control how I react to them. "

Absolutely!

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ANGYAS 7/9/2013 1:50PM

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I`m emotional eater as well. I`m so impressed that you manage your bad habits so well.


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OWL_20 7/9/2013 1:32PM

    What a positive blog! And exercise is an excellent stress-reliever. Hope things turn-around in the employment department, but until then it sounds like you've got a plan on those bad stress days--which is awesome. Good luck!

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LOLAHH 7/9/2013 1:11PM

    I am an emotional eater as well but I eat for ALL emotions!! These days I haven't really been eating due to stress but I'm trying to get that under control! When I was in high school I used to starve myself and I don't want to get into that again either! I hope you find a job soon! It would be discouraging to keep getting rejected but keep your head up and keep on trying! Something will come your way!

I truly believe in the power of exercise. When I'm stressed, sad or in just a plain old ugly mood I go to the gym or take my dogs for a walk. I feel sooo much better afterwards!

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AENTRIKEN 7/9/2013 1:00PM

    I am an emotionally eater too. Your determination to overcome is encouraging. I pray you will get a job soon. In the mean time, it sounds like you are generous person and that you are making good use of your time. I am sure you are a blessing to many people.

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Today I have been cancer free for 3 years!

Friday, June 28, 2013

Today is the third anniversary of my being cancer free. emoticon I am really happy that I was able to get here. Here is my little story. emoticon

I had come to the conclusion that I did not want to have children. emoticon I like kids, but I just don't want them for myself. Some people were meant to be mothers and I am not one of them. emoticon Kids are needy little buggers. I like it if I have extra money in my pay check I can spend it on... you guessed it me! I talked to my doctor and he referred me to a gynecologist. It was time for my annual exam which meant...pap time. emoticon I get the test done, and I sit and wait for the results. A couple of days go by and I get the results. Abnormal cells. emoticon I go back to the doctor and he sends me to a specialist where I have to get pieces ripped out of my cervix for examination. I get the test done and I sit and wait. Now, this time more time than is usual has passed with out an answer. I figure everything is ok and I don't think anything of it. My mom convinces me to call the office. I call the office and they track down my results. I am in the middle of the store when a nurse calls me and tells me that I have cervical cancer. I am shocked! emoticon I don't admit my findings for a couple of days. I then tell my mom that I have cancer. I call and talk to my dad and he makes me feel better. Then I tell hubby and he did not take it well. emoticon I go back to the doctor and we start going over my results. He suggested an ultrasound. I get one and find out that I have tumors. Even better. emoticon I am back in his office and he suggests a hysterectomy. At the time I was 33. We get it cleared from the insurance company and I make my plans to be off of work. I have the surgery and the doctor comes in the next day to say the surgery went well. He did tell me that he thought one of my ovaries looked odd so he took it out. I now find out that I had ovarian cancer in one of my ovaries. I am very grateful that it was found and removed before it was too late. It certainly helped me get my life in order and change my perspectives. Make sure all of you ladies go out and get your yearly exams. I know they are an embarrassing pain but I would rather deal with a couple minutes of embarrassment than an eternity of death.



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KAREN608 8/28/2013 1:25PM

    I had my first one age 54, and the gown did not fit me. I didn't care, just get it over with. My tests were fine, and my bloodwork better than it ever was, too. I have a dislike about disrobing but I know the doctor does not care a bit. I never got to see the cold plastic instrument but I think it was like a sideways car jack. Had the female nurse practitioner do the exam and she was fast. It took me longer to get dressed!
One thing they ought to do is get a few larger gowns for the over 200 people. We exist. It is not exciting to find out the gown is way small when you are already nervous.

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MAGGIEMAGGIE5 7/18/2013 11:39PM

    You've been through a lot. I am so happy to hear that you are cancer free.
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FATHINSN 7/7/2013 4:44PM

    Thanks for the advice. Honestly, I'm always scared to do the pap smear, what with all those stories about scary looking equipment that goes into you and if you're not relax enough, it will hurt *horror. But this year, I will turn 30 and after reading your blog, it's time to overcome my fear!

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SHAY9905 7/5/2013 5:57PM

    I am so glad you are cancer free! Thank you for sharing your story with us.

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ALL4BMI 7/5/2013 8:56AM

    Congratulations! You have been brave. emoticon

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KIRSTENLYNN62 7/3/2013 4:44PM

    Wow, congratulations. I need to make an appt., I am yet another here who has been putting it off for a long time. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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WOMANWITHGRIT 7/2/2013 9:52PM

    Happy Anniversary and thanks for sharing this. Just from the comments here, you have made a difference. Me? I'm going to schedule an overdue mammogram. emoticon

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SNIC23 7/2/2013 1:19AM

    Oh wow! Congratulations on being cancer free for 3 years! What a scary process. Thank goodness they caught it in time. Cervical and ovarian?! That's scary! It's been 10 years since my last PAP smear. You just motivated me to make an appointment and get one done!!
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DESERTJULZ 7/2/2013 12:09AM

    Oh my goodness! What an experience, and so young, too. Congratulations on 3 years cancer free.

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SKINNYPOWELL1 7/1/2013 10:18AM

    emoticon A wonderful survivor story for you to tell, so glad you are cancer free.

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VBPARROTHEAD 7/1/2013 10:08AM

  Thank you for reading my blog and for the hugs. I need them! Congratulations on your 3rd anniversary being cancer free. I have friends who are 20years cancer free; so, with good follow up dr. visits, healthy diet, and exercise you can celebrate a long cancer-free life! Keep on keeping on! emoticon

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STONECOT 7/1/2013 9:11AM

    I'm five years down the road from breast cancer, lymph node removal and mastectomy. I'm still grateful every day just to be alive, and try to live my life to the full. I hope you carry on well. Congratulations on your three years. emoticon emoticon

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ERICAANN44 7/1/2013 5:53AM

    Congratulations! You're incredibly strong and deserve nothing but success and happiness!

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BOB5148 6/30/2013 9:48AM

  Sounds great emoticon

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ELMA1913 6/30/2013 9:45AM

    What great news! Thank God! You have had a rough road to travel - but you didn't give up. emoticon

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SUZANNE65203 6/30/2013 7:56AM

    What a happy anniversary. Thanks for sharing your story. It helps me realize how blessed I am.

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GINGERSUNSHINE 6/29/2013 5:52PM

    emoticon emoticon So awesome to have that healing! Happy for you!

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JESSIKA_56 6/29/2013 8:32AM

    Wow, what a story. Congratulations on being cancer free!

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WOUBBIE 6/29/2013 12:27AM

    Thank you for the reminder. Gonna schedule it for July!

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PATRICIAAK 6/28/2013 10:52PM

    PTL!

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STAY39 6/28/2013 9:50PM

    Awesome story! You are an inspiration! Congratulations! emoticon

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TINADEE86 6/28/2013 9:32PM

    Thanks for sharing! Glad you are doing Great! emoticon emoticon

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TWINZMOM7 6/28/2013 7:47PM

  Congratulations on 3 years! Wonderful, happy news!

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KABMPH 6/28/2013 7:34PM

    What a story. I am glad you are healthy again!

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GOCALGAL 6/28/2013 6:58PM

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That is such Great news!!

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SLEEPERELLA 6/28/2013 5:29PM

    This is a road I have traveled down myself. Ladies please get those yearly exams! Have those Ta-Tas checked too!

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WENMARIE78 6/28/2013 4:24PM

    emoticon I'm so glad everything worked out!

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LESLEE33 6/28/2013 4:23PM

    I am very happy you are now cancer free. Thank you so much for sharing your story with us. You are a very strong person and have come a long way! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SUSANELAINE1956 6/28/2013 3:59PM

    Wow, how scary. It's a good thing you found it. Congrats on three years cancer-free. emoticon

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ICEDEMETER 6/28/2013 3:57PM

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Nothing like those cancer-free anniversaries, is there?! I'm still a few months shy of 2 years, and still doing the whole scanxiety thing every few months --- can't wait to get to where you are!

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Oh, and while you're getting the usual maintenance, don't forget about the rest of what's in your underwear!

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MOM2ACAT 6/28/2013 3:52PM

    emoticon That you are cancer free!

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CAKEMAKERMOM 6/28/2013 3:49PM

    I'm glad things worked out for you. emoticon

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A_BIT_AT_A_TIME 6/28/2013 3:42PM

    Thank you so much for sharing your story.
I can't imagine the feelings you must have had when you found out. {{hugs}}
I've been putting off making my appointment but I'll get it done when the dr. is back from vacation.

And emoticon on being cancer free!



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My journey in the Gluten free world.

Monday, June 24, 2013

I have been gluten free now for going on one year. I have to admit that I feel great. emoticon Here is how it happened.

I was watching an episode of the Dr. Oz show. He had on a guest who had a gluten intolerance. She was going to show everyone how to make gluten free scones. So, I sat through the commercial to see what she had to say. She started talking about her stomach problems. Oh my goodness...those are the same problems that I have. emoticon I had been diagnosed with IBS about 10 years earlier. emoticon I decided that I was going to give it a try. Now I would have gone to my doctor to get tested but my place of employment had horrible health insurance and I had to pay everything until I reached $1200. I took myself off gluten and started to feel better in the next couple of days. I no longer had any of the horrible stomach problems that I experienced. emoticon

I went out and bought gluten free cookbooks to help me until I learned how to do it on my own. Those 7 cookbooks are the best cookbooks that I have ever owned. ( Thanks Half.com). emoticon I can now cook on my own and can even make my own cookies emoticon and cakes. emoticon I try to avoid commercial gluten free products since they aren't that healthy and loaded with salt and calories.

I do miss the ease of ordering when I go out to eat or being able to pick up something when I am short on time. Oh, how I miss pizza. emoticon Now, I have to read every ingredient to make sure it isn't hiding in there somewhere. I always have to ask for a gluten free menu or ask to talk to a manager to see about what items are gluten free.

I was really worried when I went to Disney World that I wouldn't be able to eat a lot while I was there. Boy, was I wrong! I was able to talk to all of the chefs and they told me what I could eat or gave me a tour if it were a buffet. I loved Tusker House in Animal Kingdom where I was given a tour by the chef and he gave me gluten free bread. I even was able to have Mickey shaped waffles at the Ohana! The chef made them for me and I had my own plate for all of my food. The chef at Hollywood and Vine even made me my own chocolate cake. emoticon I could go on forever about the wonders of Disney World but I'll spare you (Feel free to pm me if you really want to know). Just know they will take really good care of you if you go. If anyone is going to visit there I suggest you get a gluten free friend to take with you because you get to cut in front of everyone when you are waiting for counter service. emoticon

My DH went gluten free as well for the most part since I do all of the shopping. I do buy him bread so he can take sandwiches to work. We are now in love with Chex and rice cakes.

Going gluten free has helped my health as well. I lost weight and am able to control my blood pressure. It also helps me stay away from buying all of those wonderful cakes and cookies that I love. I know that is not the point but it is just a little added bonus. Well that is my gluten free story. emoticon

  
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SUZANNE65203 6/28/2013 4:15AM

    So glad this is working for you!

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IACTA_ALEA_EST 6/28/2013 1:28AM

    I miss pizza too, but it's like crack cocaine to me. It's not worth the disruption to my good habits.

congrats on the anniversary of good choices!

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EMPRESSAMQ 6/26/2013 8:02AM

    Loved reading your blog. My experience with gluten free and connecting the dots from my past medical history has been a lot like you describe in this post. I have been off gluten for a number of months except for one episode and I am thriving and happy emoticon on this way of eating.

You are doing great. Thanks for the inspiration.

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ELMA1913 6/25/2013 9:10AM

    Thank you for a wonderful blog and congratulations on your determination to change your diet. I have to pay $1500 before the insurance company even picks up anything, so I understand your NOT going to the Doctor! I am not gluten free completely, but have cut out many things and feel so much better for it. Good job!!

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PENNYSAVER2 6/24/2013 10:28PM

    I am glad to hear that you are feeling better since you changed your diet. emoticon

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PATRICIAAK 6/24/2013 7:25PM

    PTL re: your health.
I took my entire family to Disneyworld last year. They are very atune to aiding their guests in having a wonderful time. There was 1 minor glitch which I brought to their attention and the response was, 'We'll look into it so it doesn't happen to someone else. How can we make it up to you?' I mentioned something and they again apologized and exceeded my expectations!

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KNITTY_JESS 6/24/2013 7:14PM

    My grandma discovered her gluten allergy about 6 or 7 years ago. My aunt, other side of the family, has chosen to be gluten free due to the thyroid issues she has. It's amazing how good the gluten free foods can be.

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JESSIKA_56 6/24/2013 6:32PM

    Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

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RABBITART 6/24/2013 5:09PM

    Thank you for sharing your story. I too went gluten free and it was the best thing I ever did.

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TINADEE86 6/24/2013 4:06PM

    Wow that is very intersting. One of my friends are like that.When we go there to eat,they cook that way.The food is good. Glad you are doing so well! emoticon

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Weight loss can be funny.

Friday, June 21, 2013

It was early in the morning and my dog woke me up to tell me that he needed to go outside. emoticon So I roll out of bed and I put his leash on. I walk down the stairs and I'm standing in my driveway when all of a sudden my jammy pants fall to the ground. emoticon (Since I lost the weight I was laid off from my job and have been unable to afford a new wardrobe.) Luckily for me, it was 6 am. Thank goodness for 6 am and no one was out. emoticon


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PAMNANGEL 8/28/2013 1:21PM

    Jammies with suspenders?

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KAREN608 8/28/2013 1:12PM

    Now I wonder how you remedied this. My sweat pants have a drawstring so no matter how baggy they get I still can tie them up. My Mother in law had lost weight and we were at a family gathering. She and I were in her kitchen doing dishes and her pants fell down. We both had a good laugh, and were glad everyone else was outside at the time.

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SUZANNE65203 6/26/2013 5:45AM

    Too funny--get a safety pin.

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TINADEE86 6/22/2013 4:51PM

    That is so great! and I needed the laugh today! emoticon

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WOUBBIE 6/22/2013 4:10PM

    LOL! Great NSV!

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JESSIKA_56 6/22/2013 7:56AM

    Oh dear! At least no one was around to see!

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DJ4HEALTH 6/22/2013 12:07AM

    Oh what a funny thing to happen to you but it is telling that you don't have it there anymore to hold up your pj's

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PATRICIAAK 6/21/2013 10:04PM

    Sorry for LOL at the visualization!
Maybe a safety pin is needed until there is time for a tuck or $ for new jammies.

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LIVERGIVER 6/21/2013 9:29PM

    Huge NSV!! Congratulations! (Time to treat yourself to new jammies?)

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SHEL_V2 6/21/2013 8:17PM

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Time to take a little tuck in the waistband?

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LJCANNON 6/21/2013 7:09PM

    emoticon Congratulations!!!

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CATLADY52 6/21/2013 6:41PM

    Hello Lucky is all I can say. emoticon

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RACEWELLWON 6/21/2013 5:43PM

    emoticon emoticon Thanks for the Laugh - too funny - at least its was just your dog that noticed :) - hugs Karen

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I love my yoga class!

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

My local YMCA has several yoga classes. emoticon Most of them have an additional fee but I found one that is free. I can afford free. emoticon I am able to take it in-between spinning classes. emoticon It isn't at the most ideal time for me since I would rather finish my workout day with yoga but I manage with what I have available. Well that and beggars can't be choosers.

So, today after my first spinning class and some time on the treadmill I went to the yoga class. It is so relaxing. It is such a great way of getting rid of all the tension I have in my life currently. When I first started taking classes I couldn't hold the poses very long and had horrible form. Luckily for me, the instructor was wonderful and would come over and show me how to do a pose better or how to use modifications to help achieve the pose. Well today I noticed that the instructor didn't have to come over and show me what to do. I was doing everything better. I also no longer need to rely on the yoga blocks. I'm so much happier with what I have achieved. I also feel better in my yoga clothes. 73 pounds ago I really wasn't happy wearing anything close to tight fitting. Now, I can wear appropriate clothes and feel comfortable in it. I love progress.

  
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RABBITART 6/19/2013 9:45PM

    Good for you for loosing 73 pounds! emoticon

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PATTIE441 6/15/2013 10:21PM

    That is awesome! And you are doing fabulous! Way to go! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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JODROX 6/12/2013 10:09PM

    Awesome! Yoga is so great - glad you found a class that works for you! And congrats on your 73 pound loss! emoticon

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DWSCHUYLER 6/12/2013 8:36PM

    Congrats on your 73 pounds. Wonderful that you could find a class that you like! emoticon emoticon

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KABMPH 6/12/2013 8:09PM

    I like yoga, but my favorite class at the gym is PiYo. It's a combination of pilates and yoga. The way my instructor teaches it is it's a super-fast moving class, like a power yoga. It's tough every single time but I love it. It's my Wednesday "thing." emoticon

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PATRICIAAK 6/12/2013 7:34PM

    Congrats!
It's also fortunate that you have such a good yoga instructor!

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WOUBBIE 6/12/2013 7:22PM

    I think it's time for me to take a serious look at yoga again. Haven't done any since high school. But I'm sure as heck not ready for CrossFit yet!!! Gonna have to look into it.

I'm glad you found a class that you love and at SUCH a good price!

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GOCALGAL 6/12/2013 7:06PM

    BRAVO!! 73 pounds! Go You! I love yoga. There are so many benefits but destressing has to be one of my favorites. emoticon

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LESLEE33 6/12/2013 4:17PM

    Good for you, I haven't found the courage to join any classes, but would love to some day! Congrats on all of your success, sounds like you have come a long way! Glad you live a healthy and active lifestyle emoticon emoticon

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RACEWELLWON 6/12/2013 3:31PM

    Awesome - Free is always good !! :) That 's nice that you can complete full circle of workouts !! Looking good over there - 73 lbs. - WOW !!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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