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Sigh. I made it to 15 days and I'm back to day one.

Monday, May 07, 2012

The closest I can come to figuring out what gets me started is boredom. I also noticed, if I eat a light breakfast, like a protein shake, I eat more often and more food. Those early dinners are doing me in.

So, I have a plan. I promise myself to:

1. Visit the Living Binge Free Team more often.
2. Blog at least three times a week.
3. Go to the gym in the evening, instead of watching TV, even if it's just to walk the treadmill.
4. Remember to have a decent breakfast every morning and stop relying on the shakes because I forgot to eat.
4. Remind myself to have a healthy, satisfying snack in the afternoon so I'm not starving by dinnertime.
5. Eat a salad with every meal to feel more satisfied.

That's probably enough for now. My new commitment starts today.
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    emoticon I agree with JoEtte.
    You are No Where Near Day One!! You have made Progress because you have examined your Path, Learned From It, and Created a Plan to continue moving Forward. Sounds to me like you are well on your way to a Lifestyle Change!!
    2112 days ago
    Attitude is everything and yours is great. emoticon
    2113 days ago
    emoticon May God bless your success on this journey we all share.
    2113 days ago
  • J0ETTE
    Hmmmm I am not seeing it "back to day one" ... I see a new day in the journey that lasts a lifetime. I also see knowledge! You are learning your triggers, what works and what doesn't... That makes the willpower muscle get stronger. Each new day, you are better than you were the day before.

    You learned you need to exercise in the evening, eat a better breakfast... And to not let yourself get bored. ;) sounds like you are doing fantastic to me! :)
    2113 days ago
    Good for you! Each day is new.
    2113 days ago
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