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Thinking, Thinking, Thinking

Sunday, January 19, 2014

emoticon Have you ever thought about how much time we spend thinking about food? Eat this; eat that; shop for this or that; track it before or track it after; plan your menus; look for recipes; should I or shouldn't I? And it goes on and on!!

Today I was thinking about how much thinking I do about food and eating and find it amazing that there is almost no part of my life that is not consumed (see what I mean) by food!

I'm not complaining and I have plenty of other things to do in my life, but...just thinking!! emoticon emoticon emoticon
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CRYSALLIS1 1/21/2014 8:41PM

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Even the Emoctions think about food all the time!

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NEWTEXDEBBIE 1/21/2014 9:58AM

    It's when I think my foods out that I succeed...... Unfortunately food will probably be my focal point for the next couple of years but if it works then HOORAY for thinking! emoticon

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INTHEGAP 1/20/2014 12:33PM

    You nailed it for me, Jeannie. That is why I'm having such a hard time getting going, again. I haven't got all the time in the world to be thinking, thinking, thinking about food. :( I keep looking for easier ways to not be thinking about food all the time. So far, I haven't found any. :( And, I "am" complaining. :)

Have a great day ~ and if you find the ''secret' ~ let me know, please! emoticon emoticon

Comment edited on: 1/20/2014 12:36:37 PM

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GODS_TEMPLE 1/20/2014 12:53AM

    Like OKBACK2ME said...maybe it's time we REALLY start to THINK before we eat!

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OKBACK2ME 1/19/2014 10:49PM

    I agree that we have been thinking about food a lot. I have to say that after many years of not thinking about food I am morbidly obese so I guess a little obsession might be good for me! emoticon

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JILL313 1/19/2014 10:32PM

    You are right. Growing up it seems food wasn't so important to most people or at least the people I grew up with. We had our healthy 3 meals a day and for the most part was satisfied with that and didn't think about food 24/7. Now days it seems you can't even go to any kind of meeting or get together without food being at the Center of things. I won't even go into how fast food is addictive and many people eat it every day. I wish more women and men would learn how to cook and not rely on microwaving a so called meal or worse yet resorting to a quick meal at the drive through. Any kind of social get together has to have something to eat at least the ones I go to. We need to eat to live not live to eat as the saying goes. I love your insight Jeannie and you are 100% right. Good for you for noticing and making me think.

Hugs & Love,

Jill emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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CASTIRONLADY 1/19/2014 9:58PM

    I've often thought it would be much easier if we didn't have to eat at all - but not practical in the grand scheme of things. I remember my Mom and Aunt, talking about what to fix for the next meal right after they had eaten one.



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POLYANNA2 1/19/2014 9:16PM

    Definitely true, and I think this is what has driven our society to rely on "fast" food. We just don't have enough hours a day to do all this thinking! emoticon

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TXGRANDMA 1/19/2014 7:31PM

    This is so absolutely true! I have thought about this before, too! emoticon

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ESILBO 1/19/2014 6:14PM

    WOW, YOU ARE RIGHT. ITS LIKE AN OBSESSION.
WE NEEDV A CURE...LOL
SERIOUSLY, YOU ARE RIGHT I WONDER HOW MUCH % WE SPEND ON THAT IN A DAY, WEEK, MONTH AND YEAR.

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