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Monday, March 14, 2011

I have been trying to get the first week menu done so that I can go make groceries tomorrow but it's more time consuming than I had anticipated. I will get up in the morning and finish.....ITS WORTH IT!!! But I must tell on myself because for the last two days I have been eating every fattening thing that I know I will have to give up, for instance fried seafood and McDonalds and even Taco Bell. Now that I am home and I realized that what I have been doing didnt do me any good and I feel so guilty about it.
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  • GODSCHILD2_2011
    You know after reading your blog, I reflected on how many times in my past that I in fact have done the same exact thing. I believe one of the problems you are having is what I call stinking thinking. It takes time but you have to start training your mind to not look at this lifestyle change as a DIET but instead as a healthier way of living. With a diet, we tend to think of all the things we have to give up and I think that's why we binge on unhealthy foods before we embark on yet another diet.

    With a diet you work the plan,lose the weight without really learning any good tools to help you maintain the weight you lost only to gain the weight back over time and then some. Once you get that light bulb moment then you realize that this is really a lifestyle change and not a quick fix and you start seeing food in a different light. Just the thought of feeling better and looking better and increasing my chances of living a longer happier life has been so motivating to me. I'm finally getting control of my weight and no longer allowing my weight to control me.

    Ps. You don't have to give up eating out every once in a while. Remember, MODERATION!!!

    I pray great success for you on your journey. emoticon
    3750 days ago

    Comment edited on: 3/16/2011 7:05:01 AM
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