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I can't eat anymore!

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Whoa! Did those words actually come out of my mouth?!!!!? Is my stomach finally shrinking? Am I finally able to discern when I am satisfied and need to stop eating?

Yes, I actually said those words this morning at breakfast. I could not believe that I was unable to eat my usually amount for breakfast this morning. I am a breakfast girl. I love to eat breakfast and usually will consume the majority of my daily calories during that meal if I let myself. However, since joining and "getting serious" on Sparkpeople, I have learned to space out my calories to other meals and snacks throughout my day. BUT, last night I got a strong craving for a good, hearty breakfast. I even got up earlier this morning just to fix it. Then as I started eating I barely made it through the meal and I realized I was I stopped eating. This is truly an accomplishment for me. I am proud of myself that I recognized the signs of being full and that I listened to my body and stopped eating.

How about the rest of my day? Well... pretty good. Only went over by about 30 calories and even though my mind wanted to come home and crash after work. My body took over and I even got in a great 20 minute walk up and down my road.

Not perfect yet, but making some great strides in the "healthy" direction!!!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BABYSMAMA12 10/26/2012 7:28PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon I wish that I was at that point! You are doing emoticon

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MARTHA-ANN 10/26/2012 8:46AM

    Way to go emoticon

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MENNOLY 10/26/2012 2:56AM

    emoticon Glad you are having success!

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SEATTLE58ANEW 10/25/2012 10:11PM

    What a good girl you are! Hooray for Annabell!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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