Self Sabotage

Friday, June 18, 2010

I had my weigh in yesterday and I stayed the same for 3 weeks in a row. I am having a hard time resisting temptation. Candy is truly my downfall. I haven't found a chewy candy that is low in calories. I'm not a big chocolate lover. I have 7 week until I go to Washington, DC. I would have liked to have 7 lbs off by that time. My goal this week is to not go over my WW points and increase my workouts.
I seem to be sabotaging myself! I have got to get it together!
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    How about switching to carrot sticks or dried fruit in the right portion sizes. I understand about the chocolate that's what I am craving now.

    Stick to your goal and work on the small steps to increase your activity and lower your calories. Hey, have you tried those chocolate Cheerios?

    Just remember to move forward 2 steps each day. emoticon
    3197 days ago
  • FOST40
    Thanks everyone for your insights. I truly appreciate it.
    3197 days ago
    emoticon Self sabatoge - if only we could figure that out. Maybe we can together. Hang in there.
    3198 days ago
    emoticon You've got a goal in mind and you are sooooo worth the effort!

    One thing I've heard is that eating sugar has your body calling for more sugar. Instead, eat natural, like fruits. I know, it's not the same chewy feeling that you're looking for, but perhaps you can replace that sugar call and get past this.

    Wishing you the best on making your Washington, DC goal! Have a great trip!
    3198 days ago
    You want chewy and low calorie? Does gum work for you? They have so many options now.
    3198 days ago
  • no profile photo FRIENDOFBACH
    When I do this to myself, I do it under stress or anxiety. I have been asking myself what I am reacting to each time I am tempted and it has worked great. Might help you.
    3198 days ago
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