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July 1 and the 3 Rs and then some...

Monday, June 30, 2014

It is time to look at my goals again. I achieved many of those set in January, and failed at the Big W - weight lost. I had hope to be under 140. I had flirted with it, at one point a month ago seeing 144 on the scale. But it was fleeting and as of this day I am at 148. Nothing to sneeze at since I weighed in at 168 when I started in January and had been as high as 173 at one point.

So it is time to Reevaluate, Renew and Recommit. And to be Reasonable about it. Been yoyoing this past month and that tells me I have't truly learned to control my impulse eating ... and the science of "Bet you can't eat just one!"


Been thinking a lot about it, in fact every time I have a emoticon or a emoticon . So, do I cut out those dietary (and I use the term loosely) items from my life? Seems a little Draconian, but might be what it takes.

Still thinking about about it, time to set new goals is at hand. But I know whatever I come up with...they must be life changing, permanent and achievable. And I also know that I need to start with a life changing and spiritual goal. Its the one that tears me up daily.

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    emoticon Beautiful blog, intention and determination! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2441 days ago
  • NANCY-
    Ah so that's my problem:
    "The act of eating for pleasure, without hunger and often to excess, is called "hedonic hyperphagia.""
    I suffer from this nightly.
    In order to curb my "hedonic hyperphagia" I portion out my serving on a plate or bowl, (put the rest away in the cabinet or frig) then sit down and mindfully consume it.
    Thanks for the link.
    Give yourself credit for reevaluating in order to make changes. You will get to your goal.
    2441 days ago
    I like that "Living Intentionally".
    2442 days ago
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