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I hate having to watch what I eat...just saying.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

I know this has been my life for years, and it will be my life for the rest of my years. I know this, I do. It's just that I wish it was different that's all.
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    Amen Debbie! Enough said!
    2997 days ago
  • FREES1
    well said!!! my sentements exactly!!! emoticon
    2998 days ago
  • TANYA602
    I hear ya! I'm learning to like things I never would've dreamed of putting on my plate, so at least I'm moving in that direction. But I hear ya!
    2999 days ago
  • SUNSHINE20113
    We all do!!!
    I wish there was a magic calorie eraser that would mean I could eat an entire tub of ice cream but it would somehow not actually make it into my body and turn into fat that I then have to go and burn off!!
    I still slip up. A lot. But I'm learning that some food is just better for me than other food and I'm getting better at choosing the healthy stuff.
    The slips ups are ok when we're able to keep a healthy balance most of the time. And, when we can just manage to eat one piece of chocolate....
    2999 days ago
    emoticon Oh I agree Debby, I hate counting everything....but....slowly.....slo's working!!! We just look at it as a 'Lifestyle' now and it doesn't have to be sad. We are doing better, and heading toward our goal and then....keeping it!!! Yeah, so proud of all your hard work and keeping on keeping on ;-)
    2999 days ago
  • MPLANE37
    It is difficult in the beginning. Over time it gets easier. After a year, you can tell how many calories there are in a plate reasonably accurately. So you don't have to track your food forever, but you do need to track it until it becomes automatic for you to tell what it means to eat any particular plate or how to prepare a plate that complies with your caloric range.
    3000 days ago
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