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Day 2 - second blog of the day

Friday, December 08, 2017

Yesterday I managed to stick to my food plan, after messing up for 5 days. I'm very glad.

Got rid of the triggers foods and since noon yesterday stayed sugar free.

I've also managed to get two nights of good sleep (using some sleep medication...). I hope that this way I will be able to get to a more stable pattern of eating and sleeping. It's a pity that some things are so emotional for me that they throw me off balance so much.

I keep wanting to start a habit of daily meditation (for just a few minutes) because I think it would help me to be more calm overall and better prepared to deal with emotional situations. But for some reason that 's hard. I did start yesterday so it's day 2 of sticking to my food plan and day 2 of doing meditation too.

I'm very thankful for Sparkpeople as it's a place to share about my efforts to get healthy and build new habits.

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  • SEAGLASS1215
    Glad you are back to sticking to sugar free...I may wait until after the holidays to do that again, it is so stressful this time of year and having fallen off the wagon, it's much harder to get back on when there is so much temptation around me!
    1283 days ago
    Good that you are getting things together again.
    "It's a pity that some things are so emotional for me that they throw me off balance so much."
    Yes, this seems to be the main thing that makes your plans go haywire. I don't know how to say that you could handle it, but maybe there are some strategies for you to have in place or a perspective to develop.

    1284 days ago
    Keep planning ahead
    1284 days ago
    Glad you’re here
    1284 days ago
  • DSJB9999
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    1284 days ago
  • no profile photo ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    1284 days ago
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