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  • lorrieannoberrylorrieannoberry Member Posts: 42 Member Member Posts: 42 Member
    being back at work and now getting to work out with gals is what works for me and using this app. When i don't i cheat.
  • mytyglotzmytyglotz Member Posts: 1,422 Member Member Posts: 1,422 Member
    I am grateful for energy and vitality. Considering I didn't get as much shut-eye last night, I was surprised by the (ever-so slight) boost in energy I felt this morning. I am grateful I took the time to stick to my routine of morning movement and am able to enjoy an invigorating exercise session from the comfort of my own home.

    **Edit: Oh. This is a much more trivial thing, but I am also thankful that Amazon's Whole Foods carrier delivered the vitamins I had ordered earlier than anticipated (especially because I've been out of them for a few months now!!)
    edited September 2020
  • alexmosealexmose Member Posts: 793 Member Member Posts: 793 Member
    making exercise a priority, even if I have to split up the workouts into small segments

    I have done 3, 10 min sessions a day!
  • briscogunbriscogun Member Posts: 1,012 Member Member Posts: 1,012 Member
    ac204 wrote: »
    Planning ahead! I was going to a celebration dinner so I ate light for breakfast and lunch to have extra calories for eating out.
    MsEllaTY wrote: »
    Having safe snacks around worked well when I got home for work and was really hungry and had to make food. It makes it easier to not eat something I shouldn't.

    You took the words out of my mouth!

    I experienced both of these today! So I pre-logged my dinner (after eating breakfast and lunch) but was STARVING in the afternoon. But, because I had planned ahead and brought healthy snacks to work (I keep a small fridge under my desk), and because I knew I had extra room in my calories today because I had logged ahead, I could get my snacks on with no worries!

    Planning ahead is one of the best strategies!
  • lorigoesveganlorigoesvegan Member Posts: 28 Member Member Posts: 28 Member
    What worked for me today was taking the time to plan out my meals this week and actually meal prepping and pre-logging them in my food diary.

    Also, drinking ALL of the water (128oz today!) helped curbed any desire to snack when I was actually hungry
  • starrjulia8starrjulia8 Member Posts: 249 Member Member Posts: 249 Member
    periodically with a broccoli and chicken day/or salad lunch day I have a bag of chips with lunch. I eat half and wrap up the other half and give it to co worker to hide. If it stays at my desk I will get hungry and eat it. I believe in snacking healthy snacking. I have almonds, craisins, carrot stick, cantaloupe, fiber one cinnamon bars, low calories and I bring 4 to 5 at work. I interchange it with lots of water. This works for me. I even time my snacking so I don't eat them all at 230pm and starving at 445pm. I just limit the chips. Have it with a healthy lunch later in the week.
    edited September 2020
  • LloydSevLloydSev Member Posts: 41 Member Member Posts: 41 Member
    What worked for me today was staying away from carbs.
  • zafiroazulzafiroazul Member Posts: 16 Member Member Posts: 16 Member
    What worked for me today was declining a dinner out and opting to cook a healthy meal at home.
  • lcharpentier2lcharpentier2 Member Posts: 195 Member Member Posts: 195 Member
    mkculs13 wrote: »
    I'm recommitting to my health today, and one thing that worked well for me was planning to split my calories into 3 meals and 1-2 snacks.

    I'm going to try to update this thread daily so that I remember to capture the positives. I invite all of you to do the same.
    I tried optifast but just couldn't do it Now i'm following what they sugest when finished meals 3 a day at 300 calories. Plus two 150 calorie snacks. I'm on my third day and finding it hard to get all my calories. Good luck to you.
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