observation from tracking....

Thursday, March 14, 2013

I really don't eat much in the morning and often don't eat very much while I'm work. I get so busy that I don't stop and take time for myself. My clients can be very demanding. This has consequences.... I starve all day or rather don't notice at all then when I get home late in the evening I'm starving and a smaller meal doesn't fill me up. But since this is late I'm eating within an hour or two of going to bed (since ive been doing my workouts right after work but before I eat) . I'm sure several things above are inhibiting weight loss. However I'm not sure of good solutions. Work often gets in the way of any good intentions I may have....
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    Laura, thank you for your feedback! Those are great ideas! I just need to be disciplined enough to prepare for my week or day ahead of time. But I know it would help! :)
    1918 days ago
    Good job on finding time to workout, even if your job is demanding and tiring! Have you tried making smoothies for breakfast and/or lunch? If you don't have time to eat, that might be a way to get in some good nutrients and keep you less hungry through the day. You could make them in the morning, or before bed so they're ready to go before work. There are so many different combinations you can try, and they can actually be pretty balanced "meals" - you can blend fruits, veggies, and even protein with something like soy milk or silken tofu. And you don't have to worry about time to seat down an eat, since you can just drink it!

    You could also try pre-portioning healthy snacks that you could pick at through the day if you don't have time to sit down for a meal. Something I like to snack on is a mix of raisins and sliced almonds. The taste combination is great, and the almonds help keep you full.

    I hope this helps! Good luck!

    1921 days ago
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