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Beck Diet Solution - Trying again 3rd time - a charm? Hope so!

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Day 1,2,3 review. Day 3 - Eat Sitting Down This is SO hard for me. I will try to sit down as much as I can. I will allow a few plain veggies while standing. My goal is to train myself little by little not to snack when making meals. I can eat so many calories before my meal even "officially" starts. Today, only cherry tomatoes and cucumber slices will be on hand and I will try not to eat them until dinner, too. I always rationalize this behavior as well as eating standing up or in the car because I tell myself I don't have time. I have my advantages card out and read it. I am starting the South Beach and will try to track starting today. I ran 3.5 miles this morning and did a lot of stength training. I will keep my focus, I will keep my focus..........
I CAN DO THIS!! YOU CAN DO IT,too. Let's get going!!!
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    emoticon emoticon emoticon Tell yourself that eating sitting down is very important self-care. You have such an active life, it's especially important to do it for yourself. I reached 60% of my 1st year SP goal. At least this year, I don't have 50 to lose! I keep coming back to the thread you started about what I did to keep the Spark today. It's really helpful. emoticon
    1524 days ago
    YES, we can do it!! Sitting down to eat has been a real challenge for me, too. I frequently stand up with a bite still in my mouth to grab a wipe or pick something off the floor the grandkid just threw or even to get something for hubby (like catsup) that I forgot to put on the table.

    Glad you are using your cards. I'll get mine out again, too. I do find it motivating and helpful to read them several times a day. Take care!! -Marsha
    1524 days ago
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