skinnytacular wrote: »
Hello everyone! I'm so sorry I've disappeared for a few days there. I've skimmed and caught up.
Kathryn: let us know what your doc says! I hope it's only good news with an easy remedy.
And, Lynn and others who struggle with emotional eating, I am so there too. Plus, boredom eating. I don't have any great answers except to remind yourself that, unless your problem is hunger, food won't fix it.
I love all of the new habits people are embracing--meal planning, good shopping, drinking water, stocking up on veggies etc. As for my two new habits:
1. I'm trying to stand up at my desk every half hour, take the stairs, and do a 10 minute walk after lunch and
2. Drink more water
Sara--as a person who recently left a toxic job situation, I just say, hang in there. The light at the tunnel is there and growing. I like to keep some kind of a countdown calendar, privately. And just continuously remind myself why I've chosen to be where I'm at temporarily. Great non-scale victories, too!
Welcome to slporco, cestevam, fatoldlady and anyone lurking or that I've missed. I too am new here and can say, it's a wonderful, welcoming supportive group! I feel so lucky to have found them!
Twiley--that is amazing news about how you were able to heal your inflammation with dietary changes! Inspiring!
jorralee--I, too, struggle with the office job and commute. I'm slowly trying to fit some exercise in. My health club just sent an email saying they were offering a back to school special--free 1/2 hour consult, so I signed up. When I checked in at the health club yesterday (not to work out, sadly, but to run an errand) the gal at the desk literally remarked that she hadn't seen me all summer. And she's right.
And, I, too, am a nightowl. That's also something I need to work on--better sleep hygiene. When I don't sleep well, I tend to binge eat and I'm too tired to exercise.
That's enough for me for now. I'm down a tiny bit, after overcoming a brief blip up resulting from my visit to the State Fair this past weekend.
Tilliesmommy1 wrote: »
Good morning, TGIF
Cool enough to have window open this morning.
My fruit/veg box has cauliflower/radishes/carrots all things that can be used with hummus for a snack.Green beans/apples/pears are also possible. Red potatoes probably not......
Wave to all who follow.
Tilliesmommy1 wrote: »
What happened to the "whoo" option??
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