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Mindless snacking

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Well this week I am trying very hard not to snack mindlessly! Its been hard, but so far so good. I just hope I can make it through the weekend and if it all goes well I will try it again next week.

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CELEST 5/26/2013 9:21AM

    Never stop starting....cos one of those starts will be the one with the most benefit.
Keep working, day after day after week after month.

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PICTUREME40 4/26/2013 2:39PM

    So the question to be asked what are you eating about? Is it boredom, stress, procrastination, pain, see if you can pin point it and shake things up. One day at a time with Jehovah's help.
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BOOKWERME 4/25/2013 10:09PM

    Another thing that helps curb the munching is to brush your rarely want to eat something right after brushing.. congrats on your success thus far! emoticon

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LYN-EDWY 4/25/2013 9:25PM

    I hear ya' Carl...I have the same problem. I almost got into the cookies I made yesterday just a few min. ago....but I caught myself walking into the kitchen saying "no, no, no"...and I did a u- turn. I just have to keep my mind occupied
with something other than food.
Keep're worth it.

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SUE5007 4/25/2013 3:48PM

    Try gum! It helps me a lot when I get the urge to munch. I stop and ask myself, Are you hungry? and if the answer is no I have a drink. I found that sometimes I'm just thirsty, other times I'm bored. After the third time I have to ask myself this I will chew some gum. There are lots of flavors out there to keep it fresh.

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