Welcome. This is really a lifestyle change so take some time as you choose one or two small habits to change at a time. You can start with a short walk after dinner, drinking your water, adding veggies to your meals, etc. Choosing positive goals and small goals make it easier for your to succeed.
When you set a goal, set a realistic goal and don't expect 100% perfection. If you do, you are setting yourself up for failure. This means that if you set a goal to walk, set it to walk 3-5 days a week. Mark on your calendar when you do reach your daily goals. Remember to create a reward for yourself when you succeed for a set amount of time (three weeks seems to be good for a lot of people.)
When you are comfortable with these goals, add new goals like finding things to use besides salt and using them 5 times a week. Or packing your lunch for work three days a week (saves money but also then you are less likely to go over on your calories for the day.) Another great goal is to weigh and measure your meals 4 times a week.
Use the trackers and/or write down what you eat and when you eat and what you are feeling when you do. This helps you learn about your eating habits and think about the things you put in your mouth.
You can do this.
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A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
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| Pounds lost: 11.2