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Waiting for Breakfast!

Monday, May 06, 2013

Going to bed hungry is something I haven't experienced in a long time. But all I have to do is think of the scale, think of stepping on it next Sunday morning and seeing a loss, and I remember that it's okay to go to bed a little hungry if you ate really well ... in fact it's better than going to bed full, especially of hundreds of unneeded calories' worth of "dessert" (my pseudonym for "late night snack of the sugary/chocolate/tasty variety"). So. That's what I'm doing. After I write about it of course ...

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... AND ...

I made it to the next morning! Interestingly, I think I slept better than I do usually. (Chalk one up for not eating for two hours before bedtime ... common sense, I know, but I have not been living by common sense for some time now.)
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  • v LEANNAW4
    I like to stop eating by 6 pm as I tend to feel better, sleep better, and weigh less the following morning. If you're not used to it, though, it can be an adjustment. Here's to your weigh in on Sunday morning being a positive experience, and the transition to get there as smooth as possible!
    1119 days ago
  • v CODEMAULER
    Wishing you an awesome Monday!!

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    1119 days ago
  • v ONEKIDSMOM
    Jinx to AJMM90's comment, sometimes a tall glass of water does the trick, and you're not "as hungry" headed for bed. Of course, the down side is getting up in the night...

    It won't take long for your tummy to adjust to "normal" again. May just have to duke out this first week. emoticon emoticon start!
    1120 days ago
  • v AJMM90
    Next time drink some water. Sometimes we think we are hungry but we are really just thirsty
    1120 days ago
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