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As for me, I am doing OK.... not great, but OK.
I have cut out 95% of the sodas, and have cut back a little bit on the extra caffeine by cutting back my coffee in the morning. My water intake has started to move back to where it should be, but as for the eating I am still hanging on to a couple bad habits, but am slowly getting victory over these one at a time.
My biggest struggle is still slowing down and portion size. I do pretty good at the choices I make and when I eat and how often I eat, but when I sit down to dinner I am still putting a little too much on my plate. I would like to blame it on others because they use my favorite small plates and I have to use a bigger plate, but the truth is that has only happened once, and wasn't the reason I ate too much, it was because I took a few bites before dishing up my plate, and a few more as I was putting away the leftovers.
Progress is slow in the weight loss department, but with the recent re-addition of running I am sure my body is going through a lot of changes that don't always reflect as we want them to on the scale.
If you are hitting my blog for the first time, just starting your journey, or if you just haven't seen me "before" you need to check out my original post of where I started. If nothing else it can give you hope and show you that it can be done.
No longer 2 Big!
Tim Wilson - blog.2big.org
I'm doing pretty good myself. Back on track and losing again.ReplyDelete
I really struggle with the eating slow as well.
Good to hear you are doing good. I have been watching (not commenting much lately, but watching) and you are doing really good.ReplyDelete
I look back at working and eating at my first job (we didn't get breaks as managers) as the reason I eat so fast. Everything had to be done so fast so that meant eating too.
Keep it up!
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Thanks for stopping by and the kind words!ReplyDelete
Congrats! It’s so true that you have to take this One Day at a time. I currently live in Toronto, and I just got a personal trainer (Roland Semprie) and the results and the motivation have been remarkable! Good luck to you and all the best.ReplyDelete
Congrats! It’s so true that you have to take this One Day at a time. I currently live in Toronto, and I just got a personal trainer (Roland Semprie) and the results and the motivation have been remarkable! Good luck to you and all the bestReplyDelete