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Monday, June 10, 2013

I'm sick of it! I see people doing detoxes, cleanses, fasting, all sorts all over and I think I might need to do something like that to get my head back in the game and accept smaller portions. Today I'm going to have my low cal smaller portions menu, then come home have dinner and that's it! Last night after dinner I had ice cream and a chocolate bar! Unnecessary really. I typed "i really want to be" but more positively I'll word it, I WILL BE UNDER 139 when I go to the snow July 16th. I still have 12.5weeks of my chalean extreme to go, I was feeling like I was getting ill yesterday but then I had a good night's sleep and feel better. Anyway I'm finally debt free, we made an offer on a house but didn't get it, never mind, while we live at Mum's and now that we're debt free I can save like $3000 per month!! OMG right??!! Give us another 2 months and we'll have $25000 as a deposit for a house and no debt so repayments will be EASY! Much better than a lot of people we know who went in with no deposit. Exciting times ahead, I really need to learn to get my emotional eating under control because it's going to be a big year stress wise and I don't want my waist to match my stress levels.
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DO4FIT 6/10/2013 7:19PM

  I hear what you are saying. I don't personally believe that the detox's really work, and have seen to many people gain the weight right back once finished. Eating fresh fruits and veggies with protein does the same thing and is something that we can keep up with, it is really a mental game. It seems I do great with exercising and eating for a couple weeks and then just one or the other or NEITHER. Oh well back at'er today! Took some chicken out and am planning on having rice and veggies, ate fairly well today considering I am still sick and have no appetite. Mister tried to entice me by asking if I wanted waffles for dinner and I said NOPE, but that he was more than welcome to have some (we make them ourselves with a waffle iron).

Again congrats on getting debt free, it is one of the BEST feelings in the world. Good luck with your savings and finding something that works for you food wise!!

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