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"Irish eyes "thinks we can do it

;)Well to all who is having a good day...well done so far but as we know it can change from minute to minute and my mind set has always associated a "celebration " as a time to eat. A good scool report or birthday or job well done meant a time to indulge in your most favourite foods? Can you all relate? Yes I knew you could but lets change this and create the new treats.. from a magazine to curl up and read, a nice long bath, that new top or time to look after your nails or skin.We can glow from saying NO rather than grow?:D All for one and one for all my friends x
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G: 12st0lb
I agree completely Irish ! It was my other halfs birthday last week, and I have to admit to having cake and takeaway , but not to the same amounts as I would normally , to me thats a step in the right direction !
It is all about changing old habits for new ones, ones that wont add the pounds but add the smiles !!
We can do this !!:D

miss bee

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S: 20st2lb
:character00238:thats a lovely post irish eyes!:)
and quite right too.new treats for the new usses!
sounds like you're having a positive day.good for you!good for all of us!
as stormwind says,we can do this!!
S: 16st7lb C: 16st7lb G: 12st7lb BMI: 36.2 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
a great post irish eyes and I completely agree with you! I have been trying to find ways to not snack in the evenings or not over eat when going to a restaurant! I find having a pampering evening e.g. long hot bath, giving myself a pedicure/manicure and just generally doing anything to avoid raiding the kitchen cupboards is a great tactic to keep my mind on other things rather than food I am craving!


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