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Going to bed hungry

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

So one day down of tracking and sticking to plan - I am slowly getting back on that wagon. I've been stress-snacking for a while lately and need badly to break that cycle. Last night I went to bed hungry - a real accomplishment for me. I drank copious amounts of tea and water to get me through the evening, and then went to bed with work chores still not done just to save myself from temptation. This will get easier, I know. I've just reverted to old bad habits and need to train myself back out of them. Again!
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    I know we can do this! Going to sleep always works for me, even if I have to get up earlier the next day. I never want to binge in the morning, so it's a good strategy, I think. I am SO rooting for us!
    1810 days ago
    Ya, I don't think that 21 days until a habit sticks works. At least not for me. 21 days is nothing. It'll take a lifetime to make new habits stick, and practice, and patience, and restarts. Every day we do the best we can. I'll have to push restart too, I've been wandering off program for quite a bit lately. The scales and my clothes don't lie. Here we go - again - before too much damage is done.

    1812 days ago
    Me too, back on track, and drinking a ridiculous amount of green tea and water to avoid snacking. I'm feeling more in control, which is a relief. I think it's great you made yourself go to bed to avoid snacking, it sounds like you never get enough sleep! Thank goodness for new months and fresh starts. :)
    1813 days ago
    emoticon That can be an adjustment each time, but eventually it feels good not to be rolling around on all that food at night. At least that's how it goes for me.
    1813 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/3/2016 7:06:46 AM
    Break one habit at a time. It takes 21 days of new habits for them to be habit.
    1813 days ago
    Good luck
    1813 days ago
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