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Sunday 8/14

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Good Morning!

My glucose came in at 142 this morning....

Slept in a bit after a middle of the night power outage. Just plugging away my desk doing prep work for the upcoming week, trying to stay calm and not get into 'Sunday Stress' mode worrying about everything I need to do this week.

It's been an adjustment to maintain my meal plan, but clearly eating a wider variety of foods that what I had been for several weeks. I noticed that just that process of deciding what to eat and all of the choices creates anxiety for me...when I'm by myself I eat the same stuff everyday, egg beaters - tuna w/mustard and yogurt and cereal with lost of water all day. Pretty basic, but it got me through...Now it's ok for me to eat a variety of things as long as it's healthy & the portions are appropriate.
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  • KAITLYNSNAMMY
    Great job on the organizing......I find that energizing! Keep up the good work...you deserve nothing less.

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    3598 days ago
  • JSTCHLIN
    Planning ahead works. And don't worry so much. It's not worth it. Live for today not tomorrow!

    Take care and stay healthy

    ps... just realized this whole comment was an oxymoron. LOL.
    3599 days ago
  • MT-MOONCHASER
    Great reading on the glucose!!

    A wide variety of food is a good thing as long as the portion control remains good. Just keep at it.

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    3599 days ago
  • CAROLANN27
    Glad everything is working ok. I used to get the Sunday Blues really bad before I retired! I feel your pain!
    3599 days ago
  • KAITLYNSNAMMY
    Changing up your food is a good thing. I vary as much as I can and eat all kinds of veggies 3x a day....yes, breakfast too.
    Sounds like you're making great progress...every day is a new day.



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    3599 days ago
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