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LOSERS OF THE WORLD--R U WITH ME?

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Hi to every Loser trying to stick to Spark, and trying to stay on track here, now that Christmas is over---I am trying to remember the days , over Christmas, where I ate way too much, and that horrible feeling, going to bed on such a full stomach and waking up, not even hungry for breakfast. And to-day, I am enjoying eating healthy , with Spark, once again , and loving it---- But-----hey--- It is just 2pm this afternoon--I have the most dreaded part of the day coming up---the evening, with the TV commercials and the ""walk-thrus""--to the kitchen looking for sweet munchies that call me--------But--if I knew that a zillion other Spark Losers , were going through the exact thing as me, this evening, with visions of the goal weight , dancing in their heads, I think I could get through my most dreaded time of day,- easier----- Is anyone out there with me??--Losers of the World!!!--Unite!--- Can we do this?--I say, ""Yes, We are Strong! WE are Spark LOSERS! We will do this!"""--
Lord love a Duck------DID I HEAR ANYONE , OUT THERE ???-----Yoo Hoo------You there?--- Losers------ You with me??---
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  • OZARKMARY
    Great blog!! Just catching up so finally read this. And, YES, I'm with you! It's so true. I indulged and it was fun. So many goodies, so little time! LOL We just have to look at it that way. I will be trying to avoid all sweets with the thoughts of special Valentine's Day treats in the future, then after that is Easter and that isn't til late Apr. That's how I lost my weight in 2010. I'll be right there with you, because I want to be a Loser just like You! We CAN do this! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3269 days ago
  • KASEYCOFF
    Quack, quack - if the Lord loves a duck, LOL! I don't always stick to it (hah) but here's an idea that works for me in the evenings: a) when I'm watching TV, I'm 'multi-tasking.' I sew, knit, even do crossword puzzles (if it's a program that doesn't require my full attention). Keeping my hands busy helps keep me out of the snacks. And b) I PLAN a snack each evening. I know what people say about how much better it is not to eat after supper, or after 8 PM, and all that, but I find it a lot easier to resist temptation when I know I already have something in my menu that's been calculated and allowed for. I might only have a piece of fruit and a handful of almonds, or sometimes a small (really small, lol) bowl of shredded wheat with some blueberries, or yogurt with some fruit mixed in. But it gives me a little 'treat' and between that and some sort of hobby to keep me occupied, most evenings I do okay. emoticon
    3273 days ago
  • FORMYDARLINGS
    Well my friend, you were calling my name! I am soooo with you. It is time to get moving and ~~~~~~shake~~~~~~it up some. Let's do this together,

    Love ya,

    Gini emoticon
    3274 days ago
  • FLORENCEMCDONAL
    Lynda, you can do this without others having the same problem...
    I will insure that others have this problem.
    Have confidence in yourself.. YOU can over come.
    LOL I am talking to myself ALSO....
    You did it before and you can do it again. YOU CAN DO IT.....
    When the urge is so bad, do some thing, drink water, call a friend, e-mail me.
    Some times if you can just get your mind off it, it will go away.
    Now, I need this advise ALSO.....
    WE can make it. emoticon
    3274 days ago
  • CMCHAISSON
    I am with you! I tend to get the munchies just before bedtime! I
    thankfully don't have tv so commercials don't tempt me. However my roommates and I watch a lot of movies so popcorn and chips tend to flow very freely and I indulge! My goal is to drink lots of water to ward of munchies and keep busy especially my hands! Staying busy helps me stay out of the kitchen!
    3274 days ago
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