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Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Hunger is the worst. It's telling me right now to pick the Trader Joe's Jo Jo's Chocolate Creme Filled Cookies (with Vanilla Bean Specks, by the way) and run to to eat like three or four servings and never look back. But hunger also can play the nice guy to me and it say's "wait til dinner, you have made it this far without eating all those sugary treats..".
So it's good and bad. The key is not to become hungry and snack appropriately. I am hungry, it's 4:46 pm I ate at 2.50 pm last. I am going to start dinner now and we'll see well I do with my caloric plan, so far I had 870 for the day, cross my fingers...I gotta pint of Ben and Jerry's in the freezer and it's got my name written all over it. Well see..
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  • SHEENUH
    Hi Naynay! thanks for the encouraging comments on my blog! Sometimes, the only thing that keeps me going is the sense of community and support that I get from all the great people I've met from spark people. But even then, it's HARD sometimes, isn't it? I know you can drop the 20 pounds though, and I can too! :) Here's to healthier, happier lives!

    Take care, stay well!

    -Sheena
    4329 days ago
  • NAYNAY77
    I ate a serving of B & J ice cream, my tally was 1,900 calories. about 500 more than I wanted. But it's because I not keeping good treats to ward off the jonsing for sugar, I'm a sugar junkie, well I'm a chocolate addict actually.
    4330 days ago
  • JANIELE
    Good luck avoiding that ice cream!! emoticon

    Just an idea to help you in between meals... try high fiber snacks like an apple or FiberOne bar (I loooove these), they will help you feel full longer and not be too costly to the calorie count!!

    The first few weeks getting to know your eating habits and ways to improve can be rough waters at times, but keep plugging away at and you will get there!!

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    4330 days ago
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