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Note to self:

Friday, June 21, 2013

When you get home from work after 6 o'clock and immediately inhale 2/3 of a generic-brand frozen pizza because you're starving since you haven't eaten anything all afternoon, you're going to feel like total crap three hours later.

Duty noted, self.

The good news is, I didn't go over calories today. The bad news is, I apparently need to do much better when it comes to planning my meals in advance.
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  • LORI2562
    Getting home from work and feeling like I am starving was always trouble for me.

    Packing a lunch has always been hard as well, but... I started to make little veggie bags up on Sunday evenings. One for each day of the week. Cucumbers and bell peppers are my favorite. When they are prepared ahead of time and quick to grab out of the fridge in the morning it makes it so much easier. These I eat as I drive home along with a bottle of water.

    It helps me from walking in the door and chowing down on the quickest thing I can find, and lets me prepare a proper dinner.

    Just an idea! It works for me.
    1599 days ago
  • PJ2222
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    1613 days ago
    SOFT_VAL67: yeah, it's totally those hours between 4p-6p where I go off the rails if I'm going to. We just have to move on and not let the falter send us into a downward spiral, know what I mean? Better luck for the rest of this evening! emoticon
    1613 days ago
  • SOFT_VAL67
    it didnt do me any good, my day went amazingly well calorie wise, until about an hour before i planned to eat dinner, then i wolfed down cereal, peanut butter, a rice krispie treat, and crackers.
    and THEN i ate dinner.
    i have no idea why, hormonal? boredom? who knows
    better luck to us both next time.
    1613 days ago
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