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Day 3 of back to basics...

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Well it's hump day and day 3 of back to basics, yesterday was good all goals met, on to today! Already feeling less sluggish, less bloated , but I know eating right accomplishes that so why don't I stick with it? emoticon Our bad habits are so in grained especially the longer we've had them, when I think back even as a child food was the center of our world. Everything was better with a hug and a treat, family food choices were about what we could afford not what was the healthiest, what would feed us so we'd be ready to accomplish the days activities without being hungry and there was always some kind of dessert.

Those habits are hard to break, I am working on them, but for me everyday is a struggle, being around certain foods triggers an eating frenzie, I will not buy some of them, and when I do I at least try to give them to the family to take home with them. There are also those days when I just don't care, and that's what I need to fix, I need to really care about not going back to the old me, I know that will be a challenge, but I know I can do it, I've already succeeded in losing more then 100lbs, I should be able to keep it off! I may not get any smaller then I am now, but hey I'm going to be 64, I am not looking to be a modelor, a sexy grandma emoticon I already am that in my heart emoticon I just want to live a healthy life and enjoy every moment of it I gan do this! emoticon
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    All truth and honesty! As a child, we ate whatever was there,
    no questions asked. Living on the farm, I know we ate as
    healthy as we could with all the fresh veggies in the summer
    but I know we also ate whatever mom baked and cookies
    were such a treat. Now I have to slow down and say one
    is enough. We sexy grandmas have to stay healthy! HUGS!
    2256 days ago
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