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Beck Diet Solution - Day 14

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Today's task...Plan for tomorrow. She suggests writing down every single thing you're going to eat tomorrow and check it off as you eat it. This way, you'll be more likely to stick with your plan.

I pretty much do this already...I plan out all of my meals for 2 weeks...I know what I'm going to have for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. I usually write down the food that I'm going to eat every morning. Because I don't like doing things over, I usually stick with what I write down! Of course there are times that things change and I end up eating something different, but for the most part, writing things down DOES help.

She also suggests making tomorrow's lunch today, or chopping veggies for tomorrow's dinner, today. I do that, too. I always make my lunch while I'm cooking dinner...and, today for example, I had to cut some onions for some tuna salad I made for Darren...while I was chopping them, I went ahead and chopped the ones for tonight and tomorrow's dinner, too...and while I was chopping, I chopped the carrots and celery, too. I'm a big fan of chopping once for many different things. I look for time saving things whenever I can.

So, while today's task is a good one, it's one that I already do...nothing new for me!
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    Wow you're really good when it comes to planning your food! Good job!
    I definitely need to start planning my meals. I usually only have a general idea what I'm gonna eat over the next few days.
    4174 days ago
    Wow, good job planning your meals ahead of time. This is something I've never managed to accomplish so far. We usually start asking each other "what's for dinner" about the time we SHOULD be sitting down to eat. This is a BIG change I want to work on this year.
    4174 days ago
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