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  • Larkspur94Larkspur94 Posts: 114Member Member Posts: 114Member Member
    Cut sugar from tea.
    Replaced squash, to no added sugar squash, to plain water.
    Reduced milk in tea to just at meal time, black/green before and after.
    Got to logging cals and macros instead of counting in head throughout day.
  • anl90anl90 Posts: 886Member Member Posts: 886Member Member
    Cutting sugar almost completely out of my diet. And no soda. Both have been so hard, but I cannot go back to my old habits.
  • HarryJamesPotter7HarryJamesPotter7 Posts: 22Member Member Posts: 22Member Member
    I stopped making excuses!

    My favorite inspirational quote is "You can have results or excuses - you choose."

    I loveeeee this quote sooo much!!!
  • jryepin93jryepin93 Posts: 71Member Member Posts: 71Member Member
    1. Buying a food scale
    2. Spending less money on fast food (I'm still a sucker for an egg white delight from time to time)
  • leanmachine1974leanmachine1974 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    I have been using stevia in coffee and am getting my 8 glasses a day.
    Logging daily and working out when I have exceeded my calorie intake for the day.
    I also bought a weighted vest and have just started using it.
    Exercising daily no excuses.
    I’m only on day 8 and down about 6 pounds! I think limiting sodium helped with water retention
  • AudreyJDukeAudreyJDuke Posts: 972Member Member Posts: 972Member Member
    Love this thread!
  • ArchcurlArchcurl Posts: 148Member Member Posts: 148Member Member
    ldowdesw wrote: »
    I'm back into the habit of being hungry by the time I fall asleep. And there is nothing wrong with that. Accepting that feeling a little hungry isn't bad. It only makes the food taste better

    I’d much rather go to bed on empty than over full as I sleep so much better. [/quote]

    Exactly!
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