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Day #32 Make exercise work
Linda says "You don't need to love it................focus on loving your body and taking care of it. Then work on using exercise as a tool to accomplish your goals."
"What's important is that you move versus not move.............

The older I get the more I must just focus on getting up, doing something and keep moving!
The what, when or how much isn’t as important at this moment I’m my life as “just do something!”

Day #31 Restore yourself
My restoration list:
1. Look for best place to move to, make check list
2. Take time to plan basic meals for the week
3. Exercise, I still don’t really enjoy it!

**visit areas of interest this week with girl friends
**make grocery list
**Extra steps today; walking meditation that I love!
emoticon The painting of “apples in a bucket”:from previous day on this topic was taken by our grandsons wife for their new home being built.

Sunday
1. Do tasks - pack blue containers/ 1 & 2 / showing the house
2. Make music - YouTube selections
3. Get active - stairs, outside & treadmill
4. Read - Simple Abundance
5. Reflect - good day!

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Day 30 – Feel Blessed
Create a one-day plan for extreme self-care. Include non-food things that feel nurturing.
emoticon How appropriate that this comes on Valentine’s Day.
I will spend extra time with a new lotion I received as a gift.
I will finish reading a book I’m enjoying.
I will get outside for a meditation walk and find moments of gratitude.
I’ll watch a movie “A Year by the Sea” that I am looking forward to.

Day #29 Healthy Day Hat
This is a great concept, it will be added to my list of good ideas from this book!
* I keep water beside my bed and drink some first thing before my coffee.
* Breakfast is usually at home and healthy.
* Sometimes at a new restaurant I still need to take my time and not to just to say yes to the added fries or chips added to a meal. I usually give in and eat them,
* Consistent exercise is always my downfall!

Each time I am with some of my friends and feel it necessary, I will just reach up and adjust my “virtual” hat. As someone said, let them try to figure out what you are doing,”


Day 28: Get your money's worth
The last time I wrote about this day I was going to an “all you can eat” buffet to celebrate my brother’s birthday.
I have actually been back there twice more since then for my sisters birthdays.
Now I make my main meal from the salad bar, choose a grilled or roasted entree, add more veggies, leave off the dessert and I am fine.
emoticon I have found that eating out now isn’t the problem, it’s at home when I’ve made something I like and go for seconds!

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Day 27: Skip it or savor it
My reaction is to just skip it.
There are now times that I know what will be served, I plan for it and try to savor it. On vacations and holidays I try to choose wisely and savor it if I think it will be memorable.
I have learned however, that if I choose something that isn’t really good, I do not have to eat it all!
In my day to day living I am better off to just skip it. The food samples, the extra food at odd and unplanned times are just “not my food”.

Day 26: Vacations and reunions
This is a lesson I learned the first round with 100 More Days when on a one week vacation I gained back all the weight that it took 6 months to lose. I was so disappointed that I vowed never to do that again because only one meal was memorable.

My last two vacations I actually lost a few pounds because I made sure to put activity over food although I can remember some excellent meals from both those trips!

Spring break with a great friend this year is being planned and although I’m not yet sure where our destination will be, I am sure I will spend more time really enjoying the food because it will be second in importance to the activities and new experiences.

Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 2/11/2020 (16:47)
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Day 25: After the party’s over
**Identify situations where you are at risk for eating after an event is over.
This was my situation after the holidays. I was very focused on not gaining through the holiday seasons like the year before.
I look back to see January (waiting for a challenge to begin) was not good.

**Come up with three self-care things you will routinely do to manage this.
I will not make my road so narrow during the fun times (holidays & vacation).
I will not base my days on “challenges” because that is the old on-again; off-again diet of the past.
I will take my life “one day at a time” because that’s how it comes.

**Create a detailed after-the-party plan for the day (or two) after the event.
I will stay off the scales for only 3 days maximum and spend time focusing on what a good time I had.


Day 24: Planning to overeat
It is not always a question of overeating but a question of too many high-calorie foods at the same time.

This weekend is our semi-annual trip to a favorite restaurant to celebrate birthdays. It is not that I plan to overeat, it is that the menu is somewhat limited, is served family style and is very very good.
The one thing I do now is to always bring home the extra instead of eating so much that I’m stuffed as in years past.


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Day 23: Food and nurturing
My food issues usually are in the late afternoon, too early for dinner but seems too late for a snack. Once I begin to think about cooking dinner, I feel a need for food.

I have realized that I can just walk in place while I’m waiting for a pot to boil. (Leslie Sansone tapes)
Most days if I remember to just move around the kitchen I can wait for dinnertime.
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Day #22 When not to eat dinner

Since I’m retired I don’t have much problem with this lesson.
My solution for times when appointments take way longer than I expect is to carry a protein bar. It’s much better than grabbing junk or fast food and will tide me over until I get to my planned meal.

Day #21 The couch is calling

I’m still a work in progress on this lesson. At least there has been progress since the last time.
My thought is that maybe I’ll never think it’s enough because I don’t ever like it.
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Day 20: Rebuild your hope — “Of course I can do this!”

It takes commitment and a look back at my success to push forward!
Sometimes rebuilding hope can happen in an instant if I choose to focus on the positive. It’s not always easy but it is possible.
emoticon My hope rebuilders:
Journaling
Meditation
Reading positive stories
Joining Sparkpeople challenges


Day 19 Hope - The Secret Word
This is a word I’ll return to many times over the next few weeks.
For the time being I’m doing well with my food plan and reasonably well with activity levels.



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1/28/20 5:52 A

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Wednesday
1. Do tasks - general house cleaning
2. Make music - Fight Song!
3. Get active - walking meditation
4. Read -
5. Reflect -

Day 18: I know what works
Plan nutritious balanced meals and then stick to the plan
Plan some form of activity every day and then do it
Weigh every morning and look at the trends
Remembering this is a lifetime commitment to good health

Tuesday
1. Do tasks - bathroom; laundry room & run sweeper
2. Make music - Fight Song!
3. Get active - extra 20 minute walk with friend
4. Read -
5. Reflect - a nice day!

Day 17: Do I really care?
How many times I begin the day with “I really do want this” only to end the day trying to decide what’s for dinner?

The message in this lesson for me is to always look ahead, plan
my days and then stick to the plan.

I really do care because my plan affects my health, my plan affects my energy levels and my plan affects my numbers at the Doctor.
This in turn affects whether I stay off medications.
emoticon I really do care!

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Monday

1. Do tasks - laundry room; back porch;
2. Make music - Fight Song!
3. Get active - de-clutter more
4. Read - genealogy stuff
5. Reflect - it was a good food day, not so much activity?

Day 16: Compulsive or impulsive eating?
For me I think most times it begins as impulsive eating.
Smells, pictures, thoughts, reading recipes, conversations about food, etc.

Then if I give in, knowing it will be way off plan, I sometimes just think “I don’t care” or “it’s only one” etc.
At this point depending what kind of day I’m having those actions can lead to disaster.
emoticon Doesn’t matter what the label is that I put on it!


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1/24/20 7:19 A

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Friday
1. Do tasks - sort, discard or keep... repeat, repeat, repeat
2. Make music - Fight Song!
3. Get active - lots of stairs today;
4. Read - Unclutter Your Life
5. Reflect - every day gets easier!

Day 15: Beat myself up
For some reason, maybe because at this time I am doing well, but I don’t want to even think about the last time!

But if I must, it was ordering an unhealthy item on a breakfast menu. Luckily it was not good so I won’t do that again but I have regretted that decision since I made it.

What happened? It was a restaurant I hadn’t been to before with limited items to order.
I wasn’t in the best place mentally to figure out a solution so I took the easy way out.
It was way past breakfast time for me, so I settled.

In the future, I will take my time, even if the waitress seems in a hurry because it’s my plan that is important.
It’s also my money paying the bill!
emoticon Again, like last time, I just need to remind myself that regret never solved anything.

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1/21/20 6:31 A

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Day 14 Ditch the parent (Total repeat— still my thoughts today)
I am having a little trouble with my thoughts on this one. For me it’s not cookies because sweets aren’t my thing but carbs are a different story.
Seems if “I choose” to when I want to, I will stay where I am on the scale or go back up.

Day #13 Get some passion
Maybe it’s the cold gloomy weather but I am finding it very hard to find passion in this day.
Maybe it’s knowing I have a meeting later that I am dreading but I am finding it hard to find passion in this day.
Maybe I’m just sad, overworked and underpaid today.
But as Scarlet says “tomorrow is another day!”
I’ll look for some passion tomorrow.

Tuesday
1. Do tasks - make soup;
2. Make music - Fight Song!
3. Get active - get to town!
4. Read - lessons from 100 More/ inspiring stories
5. Reflect - didn’t get that soup made... maybe tomorrow!

Day # 12 Success somewhere
One thing I can do today that matches my goals is to ask for help with my current feelings of being over-whelmed.
I can find joy and peace in a visit with a friend.
I can remember “Rome wasn’t built in a day” and my current state is not permanent.
I can breathe deep and trust that my life will be good again.

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Monday
1. Do tasks - gather all trash; 2 boxes of pictures; clean tabletops
2. Make music - “Fight Song”
3. Get active - going to town; walk in Lowe’s long aisles;
4. Read - lesson 11 & 12
5. Reflect - (plans changed) no walk .. tasks done

Day #11 Never give up
Times when I give up on losing weight are when I’m overwhelmed; when I’m I don’t see a change in the scale for long periods of time; and when I convince myself that my goal isn’t that important as long as I don’t gain.
I need to make my plan clear and stay on it more consistently before deciding to make changes.
My goal is worth all the time it may take to get there.
“Never give up on the dream!”

Friday 1/17/2020
1. Do tasks - bathroom cabinets; laundry;
2. Make music - soothing CD
3. Get active - yoga
4. Read - lesson of the day
5. Reflect - another productive day

Day #10 Do it in the fear
Recall when fear took over my thoughts:
During my entire life I was afraid of being in water over my head.
Because I was so afraid, I took all our children to the Y for swim classes to stop the pattern.

What did I do to get past the fear?
I signed up for a Fall swim class at local University (almost 40 years old)
I attended every class even when the weather turned cold
I practiced stepping off the edge using the stairs in our house
The final class- I stepped off the high dive (scared to death) and have never forgotten the feeling of accomplishment!

Identify places in my life now where I can “do it in the fear”:
Determined to go to the unknown of a small house in a new neighborhood after being in the same house for 50 years!
Leaving lots of “stuff” behind
Not turn to food in the frustration of it all

Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 1/21/2020 (06:26)
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1/16/20 4:44 A

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Thursday

1. Do tasks - continue in my quest of de-clutter for a move
2. Make music - peppy cd today
3. Get active - walk the farm; PT exercises
4. Read - Inspirational articles
5. Reflect - it’s been a very productive day!

Day #9 When to use plan B
Plan A -
stay within Spark recommended calories
get exercise of some kind every day
pay attention to nutrients; watch sodium intake and hydrate
Plan B
occasionally skip programmed exercise, opt to park farther from stores and get extra steps where I can
vacations - enjoy a few local foods wherever I am

There is NO Plan C!


Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 1/16/2020 (15:55)
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Wednesday

Do tasks - continue on sorting crafts; clean bathroom and kitchen floors
2. Make music - cd
3. Get active - stairs and long walk
4. Read - motivational reading
5. Reflect - long hard day! But it is done.

Day #8 Set NOW goals
Today, I will stick to my menu plan
Today, I will keep sorting and de-cluttering for a move
Today, I will attend a funeral (for Stella) and offer lots of hugs

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1/14/20 7:12 A

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Tuesday
1. Do tasks - continue with moving plans; laundry;
2. Make music - cd while I sort
3. Get active - decide take it or not - bedroom
4. Read - finished book yesterday, probably only inspirational articles today
5. Reflect - turned out to be a very good day

Day #7 Not willing to change,
but finding a way to solve my problem.

I’m not willing to give up eating out.
I am willing to go to the restaurant website when possible and log my choice before I go.

I’m not willing to eat low fat or fat free food unless it tastes good.
I am willing to eat less of high-fat items like butter and salad dressing, etc.

I’m not willing to give up snacks.
I am willing to stick to only pre-planned items like nuts, hummus and veggies, cheese and fruit.

Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 1/15/2020 (07:33)
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1/13/20 7:20 A

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Monday
1. Do tasks - finish cleaning parlor; start bedroom drawers
2. Make music - cd while I work
3. Get active - out for haircut; breakfast and meditation walk
4. Read - finish “Before We Were Yours” by Lisa Wingate (great book)
5. Reflect - a really great day from start to getting all chores done!

Day #6 Monday Diet
In my past a lot of diets started on Monday.
For the most part I have a food plan that works for me every day, one that I can live with.
My problem is sometimes eating too much of a good thing so weighing and measuring begins again.
Because I’m retired I don’t have the Monday to Friday routine of my past that made the weekend so special.


Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 1/13/2020 (17:06)
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1/10/20 5:55 A

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Friday 1/10/2020
1. Do tasks - cedar chest; book shelves;
2. Make music - cd playing in the background as I worked
3. Get active - very active all day!
4. Read - inspirational reading
5. Reflect - it was a very long and productive day

Day #5 No willpower
Today I plan a day at home with lots of things on my to-do list. Unfortunately I sometimes procrastinate so the battle of searching for food “first” to prolong getting things done is always there.

I have the meals for today planned.
I will put supper in the crockpot to avoid changing plans.
Because I didn’t sleep well, as I tackle my to-do list, I will plan for a cat-nap if I need it.

My mindset needs to be that anytime I want to change my day, it is a choice that only I can make. It’s always MY CHOICE!

Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 1/13/2020 (07:10)
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1/9/20 6:36 A

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Thursday
1. Do tasks - FlyLady List; parlor;
2. Make music -
3. Get active - get outside!
4. Read - Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
5. Reflect -

Day #4 Today I am on my plan
To stay on plan today, I will continue to weigh and measure my food. I will slow down and savor my food.
I will put everything on the nutrition tracker and pay attention to carbs from bread and pasta.
I will focus on my plan to stay within my calorie range and to eat a variety of good nutritious fruit and veggies every day.

My emotional issues for the immediate future will be moving.
Hubby and I have survived a lot together but this move may test everything.

My self-talk:
“Everything doesn’t have to go my way!”
“This too shall pass, I will survive!”

Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 1/9/2020 (06:42)
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1/8/20 7:40 A

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Wednesday
1. Do tasks - My FlyLady List; breakfast with Tina; lunch with Sandy
2. Make music -
3. Get active - walk in cemetery today
4. Read - Lesson 4; papers from realtor
5. Reflect - too cold and windy for a walk; girl talks were awesome!

Day #3 What if I fail?
Because I have spent the past two years at the same weight even though I say I want to lose more weight, the possibility of failure this time is there for sure.
Maybe it’s my personality to always think from my emotional side instead of the logical side.

When thinking it through, nobody cares when I get to my goal weight except me (and maybe the doctor who puts it on my chart).
That printout always tells me how close I am and so I will find my logical side that says I really do want this.
My logical, positive message is to remember this is not a temporary fix but a lifetime change in my lifestyle day after day!


Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 1/8/2020 (14:41)
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1/7/20 7:18 A

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Tuesday
1. Do tasks - FlyLady list
2. Make music -
3. Get active - walk while in town
4. Read - Before We Were Yours / Lesson 3
5. Reflect - brought 1/2 lunch home for dinner; meeting went very well; going to bed early!

Day #2 I’ll start tomorrow
This has basically been my mindset since before Christmas.
The one thing that has been stopping my weight loss for a long time now is eating larger portions than my body needs.
To get past this I plan to use the half-off idea when eating out (which I will do today).
I plan to weigh and measure my food more often, track everything and be consistent.

I also plan to go back to the exercises I have from a Balance class and the physical therapy exercises I have been given.
And I will get back into my 5% team which encourages exercise minutes daily that I will track on the fitness tracker.


Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 1/7/2020 (19:21)
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1/6/20 7:24 A

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100 More Days of Weight Loss -
Day #1 Others have done it
People who have kept the weight off:
There are people on Spark who have been in maintenance for years. If you are on this site long enough you will cross paths with them.
People I know from my old Weight Watcher and Take Off Pounds Sensibly Days have done it.
They all will say that to stay in maintenance means to continue doing what you do to lose weight, it really is a lifestyle change!

I joined Spark on 12/28/2012 and so have been here for 2,565 days according to my Spark record.
In the beginning I lost 30 pounds pretty easily but the next 10 pounds took much longer.
When I look back I’ve been basically the same weight since December 2017.
I’m glad I haven’t gained the weight back but a new year in a new decade and a new Facebook picture has given me a new incentive to continue my quest of a normal BMI number.
emoticon Others have done it, and so can I.

Monday 1/6/2020
1. Do tasks - clean out front closet; do FlyLady list; send bills; call Josie
2. Make music - put on the CDs
3. Get active - morning try Tai Chi; afternoon walk; turn off TV
4. Read - Before we Were Yours; and Day#2 lesson later
5. Reflect -

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That's a good idea, Phyllis - I think I'll copy you and put my 5 things with the daily journal notes. Thanks!


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Day #1 Monday, January 6, 2020

Sunday -
1. Do tasks - day of rest
2. Make music - hymn at church today
3. Get active - afternoon walk
4. Read - day #1 lesson & Before we Were Yours
5. Reflect - a very calm, quiet day

Saturday -
1. Do tasks - put Christmas things away; sweep room;
2. Make music - just not my thing!
3. Get active - make sure to get extra steps
4. Read - Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
5. Reflect - yesterday was good until nighttime snacking;** spent part of day with my best friend

Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 1/5/2020 (16:18)
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