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Sunday, September 06, 2015

For months I had my eye on a target weight, and was reasonably disciplined, for the most part. Then I got to within 5 pounds of my original target, and I pushed my target further away. And then I started wavering, and now it looks like I won't reach either my original or new target. I am no longer as disciplined, but I'm maintaining, just at a weight higher than what I set as my target.

So I think the target weight isn't enough to motivate me now. I am going to need to set other goals. So here goes, my goals for this week:
1. No food after 10 pm. Since I am often up until 2-4 am, this will mean no eating for up to 4-6 hours before bedtime.
2. No more goldfish crackers! I have managed to stay away from the kid's flaming hot cheetos for weeks now, but have replaced that with the kid's extreme cheddar goldfish crackers. Gaaa! They are like crack! So, no more goldfish crackers!

These are tough goals for me to attempt, given my recent behavior. But they are currently the worst of my transgressions, so are good targets to focus on. Here goes!
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  • BUTTONPOPPER1
    And you can DO it! I know how hard it is to stay awake without eating and I know how addictive cheese snacks can be, but you will PREVAIL!
    2047 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1338628
    Great job lady!!
    2053 days ago
  • PJDANIELS
    I'm still in the process of eliminating evening eating. I'm shooting for 9:30 right now, and hoping to bring it down earlier in a week or so. Transitioning, otherwise I know I won't do it. I hear you on the goldfish crackers, can never eat just one little handful. I stay away from those things now.
    2053 days ago
  • SLLYONS51
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    2053 days ago
  • JANLAROSE
    You go girl! You can do it!
    2053 days ago
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