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Friday, July 27, 2012

Does being tired make you want to eat more.?
it does to me. It seems better to take a nap than eat if I have the time to nap.

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TCHNCRFT 7/28/2012 12:51PM

    When I'm tired, it's hard to find the mental energy to make good choices. And forget finding the physical energy to prepare healthy meals. It's pizza time!

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CROWLEY123 7/28/2012 9:19AM

    AGREED - if you have time for that, that is!

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DEBBIEDAY 7/27/2012 2:43PM

    Oh yeah...most of my non-stop evening/ night time snacking is usually a ggod sign I just need to go to bed!

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TV and eating.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Sometimes I eat or read when eating. I try not but sometimes I do.
What do you do. Do you avoid distractions when eating?
I rather liten to music.
Do you think it makes a difference/ All my food is pre measured out, so I only am going to eat what I have on my plate.

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DEBBIEDAY 7/27/2012 2:42PM

    I've done the eating while watching TV, reading, working on the computer or listening to music and I usually am 'starving' afterwards because it somehow fails to register that I've eatten.

So now I step away from the computer, turn off the TV and put away the books and focus on my meal or snack sitting at the table.

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TCHNCRFT 7/26/2012 9:08PM

    For me, eating while watching TV causes me to not really appreciate what I'm eating. When I practice "mindful eating" I enjoy my food more and I'm satisfied with less. emoticon

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Do you drink tap water or bottled water or both.

Mostly I drink tap water and just refill bottles with tap water.

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MOMMY2GIRLS 7/28/2012 10:59AM

    i do both but i usually do the same as u and i do have a water bottle that i take everywhere with me and freeze the water

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OBIESMOM2 7/27/2012 10:24AM

    I'm very anti bottled water. We have a filter at home. I fill a 1/2 gallon Coleman jug with ice water and take it with me. I have an insulated glass on my desk that I refill all day.

The only time I buy water is when we go to the beach. We buy the 2.5 gallon jug and put it in the fridge to refill our water bottles.

for me, bottled water is a waste of money and resources. Most of it is just tap water anyway.

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TCHNCRFT 7/25/2012 11:58PM

    I have a Brita filter. I put the filtered water in a reusable stainless steel water bottle, which is easy to clean. The water tastes great, it saves me money, and helps the environment.


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JUDYAMK 7/25/2012 11:54PM

    I drink bottled water most times , I at times refill from tap,& get it ice cold.However I can drink more water at room temperature than cold water We have filtered water from tap.

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EVIE4NOW 7/25/2012 11:49PM

  I usually have water from the ice maker/water spout on the fridge. We did buy a case of water couple weeks ago because we would be outside in 100+ degree temps. Frankly, I couldn't tell the difference. I also fill water bottles about half full and set them at an angle in the freezer. Fill with water when I want one and between the ice and the coozie it will stay cold for a long time.

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NATASHA016 7/25/2012 11:32PM

  I normally only drink bottled water i have a mental block that dont let me drink tap water unless i absolutely have to.

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SHARPISTOL 7/25/2012 11:31PM

    My kind of person! I do the same thing! Plus, I refrigerate mine. I do not like warm, or room temperature, water!

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SUNSHINE99999 7/25/2012 11:31PM

  Ditto when I'm at home and I use the bottle water at work.

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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Do you have a favorite pie?
Do you have a low cal recipe for a pie?

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DEBBIEDAY 7/27/2012 2:46PM

    Love a really good lemon merigne and I like it tart so cut calories by cutting sugar more than most...a light graham cracker crust is better than a traditional pie crust as far as calories especially if you make a graham cracker crust using the fat-free graham crackers and cut back butter or margirine to just hold crust together...

Also like a sweet potato or pumpkin pie make crust free....saves huge calories with no crust and still has all the traditional flavors...

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MISTRESSZEN 7/25/2012 10:42PM

    My favorite pie is french silk from Village Inn. There is no low-cal version of it that I know of though, so it's only a once a year thing. (Usually XMAS or TG)

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CROWLEY123 7/25/2012 8:20AM

    Not a fan of pie, of any kind ~ don't dislike it, just don't care about it.

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TCHNCRFT 7/24/2012 2:27PM

    Your blog title certainly got my attention! emoticon

Sorry, but all my favorite pies - apple crumb, pecan, chocolate cream - are nowhere near low cal. Lucky for me, I'm a snob when it comes to pies and I really only like my own. So I'm not tempted when I see them in stores or as a dessert at someone's house. And I have to REALLY want one to go to all the trouble of making it.

I did have a recipe for a WW key lime pie made with sugar-free jello, yogurt, and (I think) Cool Whip. It was put into a graham cracker crust, which adds some calories, but it was really good and very refreshing in the summer. If I find the recipe, I'll send you a comment on your SparkPage.

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Monday, July 23, 2012

Do you set little baby goals on the way to the final goal?
I do it keeps me going, and happy.

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DEBBIEDAY 7/24/2012 9:10AM

    Lately I have been setting mini goals 10# at a time, also daily goals for minimal exercise and healthy food choices!

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CROWLEY123 7/24/2012 6:42AM

    Actually, I have a hard time setting goals at all - I tend to look at this things as one whole big picture, and my main goal is to get healthier. Maybe I would do better, progress faster, if I measured in baby steps. I may try that.

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