Saturday, November 26, 2011

I decided to start my weekly weigh in again. Just to keep myself accountable. I am hoping that along with my renewed food logging and re-realization that sugar really does ruin my appetite for anything other than sweets, I will start eating more rational. I need to get a grip on this now before all the holiday sweets and treats start to overwhelm me. emoticon I have been doing well with consistent exercising - I actually kind of look forward to it. I feel really good afterwards. I wish I would get more of that satisfaction after I eat well. emoticon I feel like the little engine that could. I think I can...I think I can....I think I can.. I know I can....I know I can....I know I can. Stay tuned!
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    You CAN do it, indeed! Sweets are hard to kick... they trigger our brains in unusual ways. But eventually, the cravings do go away. Sooner or later, the idea of sugary sweets will actually not sit well with you, and a little taste will go a long way.

    2369 days ago
  • BELLE0308
    You CAN do it!! We are all in this together. I think that recording weight and food are big tools that we so often step around and shouldn't. I am taking your advice myself!!
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    2371 days ago
    Yes YOU can!
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    2371 days ago
    I like your attitude!!! Yes, You can! ..& You know surprising studies say that people usually only gain on average about 2 lbs over the holidays. ...Which is a shock with all the food. But the reality is the stress is what packs it on more then the food.. ppl tend to skip meals and not really pay attention to portion size. So, Dont stress. Portion control.

    Im trying to learn that myself. ahahaha
    2372 days ago
    good can do it!!!
    2372 days ago
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