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Just not feeling it today...

Thursday, January 27, 2011

I got up at 6 just the way I always do, exercised and spent my 10 minutes in meditation. It's the food part that is getting me frustrated!! I haven't managed to journal at all this week. I am scared to see how much I am eating. Even when I eat a meal high in protein I am hungry again within the hour!! I am frustrated and sooo not feeling the love of this life style change today!
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  • ERICAVZ
    I think Roxy's suggestions are good ones. I hope you can get it figured out. Hang in there. You can do it!
    3483 days ago
  • ROXY91607
    How many cals when you are sticking with your food plan are you typically eating at a meal? I was eating small meals through out the day and it seemed like I was always hungry no matter what I ate. So this week I've tried eating meals around 500 cals a piece with no snacking and I'm staying full till my next meal. Maybe swap things around and try something different. Are you having foods with fiber in them? Those tend to keep me full too... If you can think about it like a puzzle that you have to solve it might make it more fun...that's what I do, but I'm me and you're you, so experiment! Have fun with it! You're still trying to figure out what works for you, and that is okay.

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    3484 days ago
  • no profile photo CD8014219
    I hear what you are saying. It is a difficult change to make when for so long we have just eaten what ever we wanted and not even thought twice about it. They say it takes 30 straight days to form a habit, so just hang in there and keep going. As soon as you see signs of results you will feel pumped and want to keep doing it! Keep your chin up!
    3484 days ago
  • PINK_TEACUPS
    I feel the same way sometimes. Just keep going and it will get better!
    3484 days ago
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