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Every damn time

Tuesday, April 08, 2014



I know im not the only one. It seems like i do so great during the day at work. I plan my meals, i walk my steps, make good choices. But as soon as i get home, i eat too much (most of it junk) and somehow my ass gets stuck to the couch for the rest of the night.



Yes these are def my top 5 exercises!



Yep, there i am, laying on the couch, hiding from exercise....

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ISLENAA 4/9/2014 7:04AM

  lol...I love it!!! one of my top exercises is 'kicking my own ass' and I'm getting good at it. emoticon

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MARAGRAM 4/8/2014 3:45PM

    That is just about what I started to do for supper last night, but stopped myself! Still went way over days allowance.

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CAPECODBABE 4/8/2014 2:18PM

    Love these, and all are so true emoticon emoticon

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IAMFRANSGIRL 4/8/2014 2:03PM

    Fitness protection program...what do I have to do to get in???

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JUST_BRENDA 4/8/2014 12:40PM

    Oh, that is my story.... I start snacking as soon as I get home and don't seem to finish eating until bedtime emoticon
No wonder I've GAINED weight, rather than lost.
I think I'm going to join weight watchers. I'm hoping that I'll be better at being focused if I attend meetings frequently (for motivation, tips and accountability).

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UPPITYANN 4/8/2014 11:10AM

  Hunger and Fatigue doth ambush you when thou doth get home.

I know; been there, done that.

First try to map out a strategy as to how you are going to attack this problem. This will take some THINKING, hours, days of thinking, and some EXPERIMENTATION with different strategies.

I can't tell you exactly WHAT to do; you must do what works best for you.
You might need different foods, or eating at different times, or drinking water and fiber before meals, or arranging your large and small meals in different order, or purposeful "mindful eating", or cold turkey eliminating junk food and eating fruit or veggies in their place,or planning your exercise for different days/times/types, or reading other people's blogs to get ideas for yourself.

Once you find what works for you I hope you share your success story with us, even if it is only one small success in the larger scheme of your journey.

Now...if only I can heed my own advice I should have more success myself.

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