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CHANGING-TURTLE
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Fun game I am playing

Sunday, February 12, 2012

End of an other week and I am feeling good. Stayed on track today. Started the day out right eating breakfast. I was trying this week to eat only when I was hungry, wrong move. I am not hungry in the morning, so I don't eat breakfast and what happens I pig out the rest of the day. This is not good at all.

My goal this week was to not eat unplanned, unhealthy snacks after dinner. Well 4 out of 7 days is not bad.
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Tomorrow I weigh in and I hope their is no gain. If I just stay the same I will be happy. I know I have not gained a lot as my pants are fitting the same, if not a tiny bit lose. So I may have lost an ounce or two which would be a
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I have been trying to pick small goals one a week to work on to improve my over all eating habits. Next week's goal will be to eat 5 fruits and vegetables each day. When I eat that five to stay a live I will give myself a sticker on my calendar. Maybe I will have a calendar full of stickers, I better buy more tomorrow. Ha Ha Hee Hee.

I am giving myself slack when I do things I know deep in my heart will not help me lose weight. I do not want to be a drill sergeant to myself. I enjoy life and want this losing weight to be a fun game that will help me improve my over all health. If I do that I know I can keep it up even after I lose this weight. So I say this is a fun game I am playing. Life dose not have to be all work, lighten up have some fun.

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  • v SABLENESS
    I can do anything if I can play my way through it, one of the many things that makes SP work for me--it's fun! I like that lighten up approach. I'd rather lose slowly and happily. Thanks for the Valentine goodie! emoticon
    1592 days ago
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