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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Well I am back after a short break. I have been to Oregon, been married and had to say good-bye to my husband who left for Afghanistan. :( I love this man so much and I want to do everything I can to keep his spirits up while he is away.

No weight loss. In fact a four pound gain since my last report. :( I honestly have begun to feel that my addiction is more intense than I realized. I have decided to take extra measures. I have decided to invest in a meal delivery program. I have evaluated my choices and I have found one I think is best suitable. I will eat according to program five days a week then do on my own on weekends. I want to put my gains to an end. I have been struggling for a year with this and I think that having pre porportioned cooked healthy meals will help me get back on track. I don't want anyone to think I am cheating or taking an easy way out. I have been a member here for a year and my addiction has taken me from 228 to 253 in this past year. I feel I need better guidance. I talked with my mother about it. I just need to re learn portions, better meal choices. I begin next week.
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    Good luck with the meal plans, I used ediets years ago but not the delivered meals , Congrats on your wedding.
    3126 days ago
    Best of luck on the new meal plans. I hope they are tasty, filling, and economical.
    3133 days ago
  • HHILDE99
    Congrats on getting married! I don't think it's cheating at all to get your meals that way. We've all got to do what works best for us. Having pre-portioned meals delivered will be a huge help! I struggle with portions as well. For me I found that pre-measuring everything I need for the week on Sundays helps me stay on track. This is a great first step to getting back on track! I wish you all the best!

    3133 days ago
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