One Mom’s Journey from Fat to Skinny to Confident

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Note to self…

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Funny how staying away from the night time snacks is fairly easy when you are required to do if for medical reasons. Now… remember this tomorrow night when the pantry calls out of habit.



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    Trish (girlatgym)

    March 25, 2009

    I know what you mean – at night, having a snack is such a habit for me. Even if I am not hungry I just always get that urge for something. Of course, I know it’s going to happen, so I make sure I save for it by eating less during the day. I like my snack – so I make sure it fits into my day by planning ahead.

    jennifer ozuna

    March 25, 2009

    Haha! I SOOOOOOO know what you mean! It has been calling me all night and unfortunately I have succumbed to its power. Good thing I worked out hard today…I guess I will have a “maintain” day…rather than a “lose weight” day. Hey, I’m not taking steps backwards, right? Just postponing bikini season just a little longer.

    Bonnie

    March 26, 2009

    You know, I think it’s all about our will. We CAN do anything we need to do….we just choose not to. Whenever I had a gain, I would cut out all night time sweet treats, and it wasn’t that hard to do, and the next weigh in, I would always lose. So then I would go back to eating the night time sweet treats, because I chose to eat them. I know I don’t need them…I just want them. But then the way I figure it, these night time sweet treats help me to not feel deprived and that keeps me eating healthy and maintaining my healthy weight. So there is a purpose for them.

    Melissa

    March 26, 2009

    Hope it went well. Whenever I’ve had to fast (Jewish holidays or for bloodwork) I’ve always amazed myself with how … easy it is!! Any other day, temptations call, I am hungry, etc … but when you CAN’T have it, it’s interesting how easy it becomes. Wish I could remember that — been mindlessly munching today at work!

    Patty

    March 26, 2009

    Just saw your tweet that it was a cinch, good drugs LOL! Happy to hear it went well, no I don’t twitter…yet!

    Jac

    March 26, 2009

    I hope it went well!! I struggle. Big time.

    Heck, I thought I might kill a nurse for a food tray when I was awaiting surgery at the hospital last summer!

    Adi (oatonomy.com)

    March 26, 2009

    lol Too funny… Yep, when the doctor tells us one thing, it sticks so much better, and seems so much louder than the voice in our heads!