360 to 52(sooooo what do you do now?)

Monday, November 28, 2011

I really want to thank everyone for their support and responses to my last blog.

I have been under the weather for the last week and there is only so much TV, Computer etc that one can do while laying around!
This morning I got an email stating that I had a reply to my blog and it was Kaligirl(I love you lady)
Kaligirl replied "here's to knowing our triggers and I smiled. Then the next thing I heard was sooooo what do you do now? "cough"
Yesterday I read a reply from Vamanos and had a partial response. (STILL FIGHTING) BUT BIG HUGE Thanks to Vamanos who shared again how she cooked up a bunch of meals and froze them. (remember my statement about listening again well it goes for reading too LOL! Mirrorbalmoon has share this as well. In my mind I was too tired on the weekend to do this. WELL DIMI do you want to make steps to solve the issue or do you want to stay there. SOOOO I am working on making some meals for when I return to work next week and this will get me ahead of the game. I also plan to shop for quick weekend food that will satisfy me! WHEN I choose to dine out(which I will minimize because I also plan to shop more for myself)) I will be mindful(which to you want more: to eat or shop or have a social moment), make a decision re: what I want and LIVE with it! No "eaters remorse" If necessary I will self correct for the next meal or even during the meal! Thank you CATHYJR73 for that timely reminder!
So I am making a list of food that I would enjoy eating and that are easy to freeze! Then I will go shopping! (not today)

Thanks again for all the love and support that you have given me! Michelle and Lisa you are 2 of my inner circle BIG ROCKS!

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  • SUE1512
    Crock pots are awesome too.

    Having the quick and easy snack foods (and gum) are always helpful. Veges (buy the pre-cut if easier), hummus, greek yogurt... yogurt in general, nuts, things you don't have to think about.

    I think your plans are great for shopping and eating out. Don't forget to journal so you can track your success!

    3377 days ago
    Good for you for taking steps forward! I've really simplified my menus and that helps minimize prep time on the weekend. Every week I make a huge pot of veggie soup and one or two meat-based entrees. One can be in the stove, one in the oven/crockpot so they cook at the same time. Once they are in the freezer, I know I'm set for the week!
    3381 days ago
    I had a great first day. Here's to you and I and succ
    ess this year.
    3383 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1624779
    Great blog followup. Besides freezing meals, there are many meals that you can put together in minutes. For example, a large salad, fruit, hummus with celery & carrot sticks, etc. There is nothing faster than raw fruit or veggies and you can purchase a few items to have on hand. I read somewhere that it was a good idea to make a list of "fast food" you can make at home on hand to use as a reference. Hmm, I think that I will make a list tonight for myself.

    Hope you feel better soon.

    Love, Light & Peace,
    3384 days ago
  • KARENA228
    "Those who fail to plan, plan to fail". So you're on the right track...Go DIMI!
    3384 days ago
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