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Repeating myself.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Here I go repeating myself.

A little bit of exercise and already I'm feeling more energetic. It really doesn't take much. Kicking my own butt here.

And, a lunch with super healthy fish and vegetables - I still feel full after 3 hours. I believe it's cause I didn't eat bread/starch.

It's great when you put in a little effort and things just fall into place.

I know for certain I've said all of the above in previous blogs. Efforts I've made and feeling great, then falling off the wagon and feeling awful again. As the saying goes, you keep repeating your mistakes until you learn from them. I want to learn. It's about time.

What I need to learn, to burn it in my brain, to just do it:

- To exercise regularly because it makes me feel better in every aspect of my being

- To avoid breads and anything high in starch because eating that stuff tricks me into thinking that I am always hungry. It is a horrible trigger, a vicious circle. AND it's REALLY bad for my diabetes.

-To eat balanced meals with a HEALTHY protein and LOTS of vegetables because that satisfies my appetite and nourishes my body, and that's what stops the hunger.

- To just make an EFFORT! Ya, just do it, be prepared and do it.

- and lots of water is good too.

Here goes.










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  • v SUGARSMOM2
    that is why i walk everyday . i feel better . when i do then when i dont . hard to tell others but it is worth the efforts that you put into yourself . emoticon
    1264 days ago
  • v OLIVIANIGHT
    Good luck : )
    I keep re-learning things too, maybe one day we'll actually remember them!
    1264 days ago
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