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You've already accomplished a great achievement by stopping smoking. Give yourself credit.
Like the others have said, small steps are the key. Maybe start by focusing on eating fruits and vegetables or on drinking water. When that becomes routine, add something else.
Done being the fat girl!
***Over 100 lbs to lose Buddies***
Shift work makes this a bit harder - but you can do it! Just set small goals at first and you will be there before you know it! Good luck!
The only restrictions any of us have in life are those we place on ourselves.
Jackie ~ Camden, SC
"I can do all things through Christ Who strengthens me." Philippians 4:13.
I believe in the sun – even when it does not shine;
I believe in love – even when it is not shown;
I believe in God – even when He does not speak.
I am a night shift nurse. I quit smoking approx 5 years ago. Over the past 2 years I have had elderly parent issues making routine almost impossible. Or, there I go again making excuses. I have no excuse to eat better, exercise and get my borderline high blood pressure and elevated LDL cholesterol in check. There I said it out loud. I can stick with the healthier eating and exercise for a few weeks, then i fall back off the wagon. I will keep trying.