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I used to volunteer a lot so I do not how I could forget about that option. Thank You! I will start looking right away.... YAY! I am really excited now.



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Since you can not work, can you volunteer? Maybe just 2 days a week, a few hours a day. Or possibly find a nursing home in your area and see if there is someone with no family that could just a visitor one day a week for a few hours. When I broke my elbow I did that and Miss Myrtle and I really made a connection. I visited her for 3 years up until she passed away. Sometimes it was only 30 minutes but it made her day. And you would really feel uplifted by doing this. Just a thought :)

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1/3/14 12:30 P

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Not having been able to work has really done its job on me. I am Danish working oin getting a Green Card with my husband but until I get my green card I can not work, which means I have a lot of hours to fill. I can not work out 8 hours a day and my friends have jobs so we can not hang out during the day. I got into a rot of not really doing anything but watch shows and eat all day and make sure the house was in order, so my husband who works 14 hour days did not have to worry about it. Also it gives me something to do and makes me feel a little less useless. I have made the New Year's resolution of not worrying about the weight but to worry about how I spend my days and what I should fill them with if not TV-shows and food. Now I have taken up singing again, I want to finish writing the book that I am writing, working out of course but it is not enough so I need some other ideas. Maybe take up the guitar again? It has to be an inexpensive activity that would keep my mind and fingers occupied (not a fan of knitting). Anyone got ideas?



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Boredom is really the key word isn't it. I to live alone and for some reason once I make it home, I start looking for food. I don't keep junk food in my house but will still find something to put in my mouth.
I work a full time and part time job, the part time one is at my local Y and I work in the fitness room, this helps me to stay focused and motivated, but it is a battle.



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1/3/14 7:11 A

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Try these to replace the sweets, they do the trick from me. 1/2 banana frozen,roll in plain Greek yogurt and sprinkle with chopped pecans. Another good one for me is some honey Greek yogurt with 1-2 tbsp of mini-chocolate chips. The mini's give you way more chocolate throughout....the more the better to keep us satisfied! emoticon

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My problem is I to don't know how to say NO. I eat sweets when I'm bored, anxiety ridden or depressed. I look at food and say oh well maybe later I'll skip something but now I want this or that. I can't reach my goal when I can't say NO. emoticon

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I have been back at it for 6 days now. I know that I start "grazing" through the kitchen when I am bored! So, I have replaced my eating with a cup of hot herbal tea(with no sugar). And it certainly helps with water intake too. And working in retail when I work12:30-9:30 I am not ready to eat lunch before I leave, so I am replacing that meal with a protein smoothie I can drink on my way to work. But the problem is when I get home at night, I want to munch on something. UGH

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1/2/14 7:37 P

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Late night eating from boredom is a big problem for me too. I have a few strategies. First is to floss and brush my teeth after dinner, I try to keep it in my head that I've already brushed my teeth and am done eating for the day. Another is water, when I feel hungry, I drink a big glass of water, works for a little while

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I am an evening nibbler. Husband is on dialysis 3 times a week so I have 5 hours on my hands by myself. I also have no friends within cycling distance (its winter so dark and frosty).
I have decided to take up guitar. I practice in half hour chunks of time and have a cup of tea inbetween practices.
It stops me nibbling.

I also knit but my hands and wrists are not as good as they were, guitar playing is easier for me than knitting.

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I now truly believe that nobody is exempt from food temptation. Especially all those sweet flavoring treats that really work their job on taking our taste buds into ecstasy. Otherwise, I don't understand how no matter how hard many of us try we continue to give in. The first step is to understand and admit to ourselves where our true problem lays; and I found mine.

- I've identified my true problem to be my lack of determination- I know I indulge on food because of what ever reason you can think of. Because I'm happy, sad, excited, bored, energetic, any how for any and all. Therefore, I finally understand that my true weakness is not having or not being determined so say NO I'm not hungry and I'm in control. Now the real challenge begins. How do I attack what has been controlling me for so long? emoticon

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1/2/14 1:37 P

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Nighttime snacking is my downfall. So I've taken to knitting in the evenings. Keeps my hands and my mind busy!



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1/2/14 1:34 P

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I completely understand you situation! My worst eating days were Friday and Saturday since I was home all day or just out goofing off. I got a part time job to help me save money but also so I could not snack during those 8 hours!

I work days so it was easy for me to get a second job.



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1/2/14 11:36 A

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BED TIME IS WHEN I WANT TO EAT THE MOST GOT TO TRY TO BREAK THE HABIT HELP ME

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1/1/14 10:53 P

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It's an awful thing and we all have to work it out in our own way-find what works for you!


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1/1/14 10:02 P

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I'm really not much of a snacker. In fact, I really hate taking the time to eat. My problem isn't eating too much or too often - mine is eating too little and not always eating clean.

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It's really hard to eat and crochet at the same time. Not impossible, but definitely adds a challenge. :)

Boredom (and being tired) are probably my biggest triggers, too.

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Boredom is my greatest pitfall, I try to plan activities (non food related) and have some on hand to do, like courses to take online and crocheting, or knitting so my hands are occupied. Often times it's just being tired or thirsty, so recognizing the root of the desire eating is essential.

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Oh ya - late nights can be dangerous!! Maybe I should go to bed earlier - ya think? emoticon

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even eating has become boring

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this thread is actually pretty helpful! I currently live by myself, so it seems like whenever I am at home I am wanting to eat because there is noone around and there just isn't much to do sometimes. ...

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1/1/14 2:33 P

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I like Nirerin's idea of mapping out the evening (or whatever the trouble time is). I have read the suggestion about getting a hobyy but that is really not my thing. This way, there would be something constructive done and planned before I get to the danger time. It could be a walk, a nap, or anything I need to get done that week.

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1/1/14 2:28 P

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its hard to not to boredom eat especially when u wanti something. My dreownfall is pretzels the non salted ones and i also eat under stress

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1/1/14 2:27 P

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Eating sweets trigger me to eat, eat, eat. Hopefully I can resolve this problem by staying away from All sweets. This is my 4th day, going to eat fruits ( moderately ) instead. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL SPARKERS !





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I will work on what types of things I snack on

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I AM GOING TO WORK ON MY SNACKING THIS YEAR

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Great tips!!!

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I used to eat because of boredom at work - I still do occasionally. But I made myself take a drink of water and ask myself - do I want that bar of chocolate because I really want it or because I am stressed or bored. If the answer was that I really wanted it I would have it, if the answer was broedom or stress I would raid the fruit bowl that work provides or drink more water. I also starting learning origami so that if i was bored at work (I work in a call centre on the phone) I would make cranes, stars and other shapes!



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You folks don't know how much I wish I like raw vegetables. I couldn't even get a salad down until I was 28 years old. My healthy snack choices are nuts, fruit, and/or lean protein.

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Ideal choices, SereneBean! emoticon

There are these little grape tomatoes that come in packages with little plastic domes, and they're called Cherubs. They are sugar-sweet, always ripe and delicious - I love those!

I've also gotten to love plain ol' celery - with or without pico de gallo!



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I keep easy, healthy snacks around to munch on, like bell pepper strips, cherry tomatoes, sugar snap peas, etc.

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Wow Kbear...those are excellent tips! Thank you!





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I used to have this problem and have several ideas.
Use that time to work out. Music helps the mood so whether you have room to hula hoop, do jazz dancing, or just lifting weight, doing stretches and yoga, enjoy. Or hop on your treadmill or elliptical trainer or bike and go for it!
Is stress an issue? Maybe a long soak in a bubble bath with a good magazine or book. Turn off the overhead light and enjoy the glow of a few candles.
Keep your hands busy - chop vegetables for soups & salads, do finger painting, repot houseplants, brush the dog or cat, take up knitting, sewing or crocheting. Get out some maps and plan a dream around the world trip. That could take hours.
Log onto Spark People and journal. Look up new recipes. Do meal planning. Write out shopping lists. It's okay to obsess about food - just know that it isn't okay to eat it 24/7.
Be sure as others have said you are getting enough protein earlier in the day, and sufficient fiber. Also take a good multi vitamin/mineral - if lacking in some basic or trace nutrients, you could be undermining yourself.Drink liquids - water, green tea, herbal teas.
If you must eat, the have more veggies. No on who became overweight did so eating too many vegetables.
Get a life. Those who are bored are often unhappy. Consider charity work if your professional life is unfulfilling. Being around those less fortunate will make you appreciate all that you have.
Get a physical and talk to your doctor if you are at all depressed or anxious. A chemical imbalance can cause your brain to send you signals to eat when you aren't really hungry. That's why eating real foods and not processed junk is so important. Try to eat some raw foods at least 20% of the time - those are the best medicines in the world. emoticon

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emoticon Happy New Year...Be good next year.

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Making a conscience effort to stay out of the kitchen.



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Great advice! TX



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I used to work night shifts 7 pm-7am and had similar issues (eating junk food on the drive home and continuing to eat once I got home until I was so tired I would crash). Then I'd wake up for another shift feeling lethargic and sick. Not a good cycle.
I think part of it is your body just is set up to sleep when the sun goes down and work in the daylight.
Honestly I felt so different and well rested when I switched to a "normal" day shift, but the one thing I did that helped mostly was ensuring I had quality sleep.
Having a schedule and being dilagent that I had adequate sleep was paramount. Instead of watching tv to wind down, I'd have a calm quiet sleeping are. Fresh linens, calming scents, even white noise is excellent and something to look forward to rather than snacks/rewards.
Waking up well rested on your days off will also help you feel more energetic and apt to make healthier choices.

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With me it isn't boredom as much as being over-tired, and I wonder if your shift work is a contributing factor. When i'm over-tires, I eat for quick energy.

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I know it's hard, but figuring out why I'm bored and fixing it are the only ways I can successfully avoid boredom eating. Just swapping water or healthy snacks for junk food doesn't work for me. If I'm still bored, I'll just keep eating. It's possible to eat too much healthy food, too. I'm not a very social person, but I find that calling a sibling or friend I haven't spoken to in a while can really help. Connecting with another person, even for just 10 or 15 minutes, seems to pull me back onto Sanity Road.

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Here's a couple thoughts from my experiences. Come up with some acceptable snacks and find a few snack "replacements" to help overcome the times of boredom eating.

I replaced bad snacks with good ones to start with. For instance, I found that peanuts or almonds were a good snack that filled me up. You have to count them out. A half ounce (about 20 peanuts or 13 almonds) are a decent snack that goes a long way. A greek yogurt with granola is good, too.

Drinking water is a great tip as many pointed out.

Something else I recently picked up is drinking hot tea. There's many flavors of tea available. The hot beverage with good taste takes a while to get through. So I think that helps give the perception of "snacking" and it lasts a while. I found a nice apple tea that smells great and has lots of apple flavor.



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I keep fruit and nuts on hand to help with eating.

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I turn to water too, but I like to change it up by adding slices of lemon, lime or orange to make help take away the boredom factor.

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How do you add the weight tracker to the board? I see almost everyone has one and think it might be a good motivator for me,



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When I am faced with boredom, I will do anything to prevent me from snacking. Things such as drinking water, finishing a project, cleaning anything (but the kitchen), going for a walk just to name a few things I have done.



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I've been snacking on Sugar Snap Peas as they are what I'm growing in the garden at the moment, but I like those little cukes they are also good to snack on as well

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an oxo cube works for me :)



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going out for walk or playing with kitty



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water is the best thing to try first.

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watwr is the best, much water.



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When I think I feel hungry and I know I'm just bored, I drink water. That usually takes away the craving to eat something.



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I am boredom eater myself. Always gonna find excuse just to chew something, ussually chocolade



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