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A Good Start

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Yesterday was a good day and I went to bed feeling like I had been successful for the day. One day at a time and sometimes one minute at a time. I had one of those "one minute at a time" times late yesterday afternoon but I made it through. When this hits me, I must not touch food or it will lead to a binge so I have to occupy my mind with other things until I get over it.
I followed my eating plan quite well, did the exercises with the video that I have chosen to follow but fell down when it came to drinking the water. I have trouble remembering the water. I will have to come up with a strategy to help me remember.
I appreciated the positive support I got from fellow members and it helped get me through the day. It is wonderful how a few positive words can help so much.
Tomorrow, I plan to set a few personal goals just to get started with the weekly and daily goal setting. These are not always about losing weight but more about doing things that will make my surroundings more appealing and keeping myself occupied doing activities that I enjoy. I might as well have some fun while on this long journey that I am embarking on. emoticon emoticon emoticon
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  • PRAIRIECROCUS
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    1411 days ago
  • ANGELARPACK
    Good going granny emoticon
    1412 days ago
  • WAREAGLEGIRL
    Good luck on your journey! emoticon
    1412 days ago
  • MELTEAGUE
    I wish you well on your journey, and enjoy it as you go, goal setting is a great way to get going and you can go at your own pace! GO FOR IT!

    If it will help try to cut out sugar and white carbs for a week or two and eat protein with EVERY meal and it will help stabilize your blood sugar and prevent cravings!
    1412 days ago
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