Doing Better, But Not Quite There.

Thursday, July 04, 2013

So, I am still struggling with eating properly and not snacking like crazy. I decided to create some Vision Collages to place in the snack cabinets and refrigerators. I hope this will help me stop when I decide to I want some chips, peanut butter or chocolate!

I am also going to try and make a decided effort to work out at least 3 times a week. I am having issues with this right now because I wore new shoes walking and have blisters on 3 toes! That was a definite lesson learned.

BTW, Happy 4th of July! Thank you to all that have served! emoticon
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    I love the idea of vision collages although I've never taken the time to do one. I bet even the process of making one helps affirm the commitment to make great choices. For me, I like to get any temptations out of my home altogether. This week it was pulled pork... I can handle chips and most sweets, but man, oh, man every time I looked in the fridge and saw that tasty batch of pulled pork I had made for my parents' visit, I had to open it up and have just a little taste. I finally had to give most of it away... We all have our Achilles Heels and I think I just found one of mine! Mmmm.... Hang in there and keep up the good work... it's all about little changes, one day and one meal at a time! emoticon
    2753 days ago
    I hate when I get blisters with new shoes! What a bummer!

    Your collage idea sounds great!
    2754 days ago
  • KAT321123
    Awesome idea on the collages if they help you! For me keeping treats out of eyesight can also help -- if the chocolate chips (or whatever) are buried behind other stuff, I tend to forget about them.
    2754 days ago
    Happy fourth and good work with the collages! emoticon
    2754 days ago
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