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Another Year Gone

Saturday, December 31, 2011

I can't believe my last blog was a year ago today! What have I learned? That I am no good at this diet-life style change. I am a cheater. I am a creature of habit. I do not eat emotionally. I am not a food addict. I love good food. And I like to eat. I LOVE cookies. I can give up most candies-cakes-donuts-sweets. But have cookies in the house and I just keep getting into them.

Everyday I get up and do ok until I walk in the door from work. 4:00. Home and snacktime. I have to work on this. I have been doing better with eating after dinner. Working on my" you are not hungry-this too is a habit".

Somehow I have got to turn this around and get these pounds off. 3 years is long enough to screw around with these extra pounds I put back on. Happy New Years Spark friends!! May we all have a very good, lite 2012!!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
IAM_HIS2 12/30/2012 6:12AM

    Gee, I don't have to write my blog now, you did! Fortunately we know the problem and we have lots of tools to help us. Now we just have to make the effort.

emoticon emoticon emoticon so 2013 will be the year to get our figures back and our health. emoticon

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ONEKIDSMOM 12/31/2011 3:52PM

    OK, the problem solver in ol' Barb is coming out now. Are you eating enough earlier in the day? Do you have a healthy snack prepped and ready for when you walk in the door at 4? Being too hungry can be a huge trigger.

I found at work this week when people brought in their Christmas leftovers that the sweets that I succumbed to did NOT hit the spot... but when I snacked on my carrots and apple, my body rejoiced. They are sweet, too. But so much better for me, and my body knows it.

emoticon 2012 is YOUR year! May it be a healthy one!

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