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Disney Princess challenge

Sunday, March 04, 2012

As part of the challenge this weekend we were asked to do many things here is one of them:
Snow White—Recognized the bad apples: 20 points if I reflect on something that is an obstacle to you in your weight loss journey (this can be a thing, an attitude, a person) and determine how to overcome this (Just one time over the weekend) so here goes.
I have noticed lately that my biggest obstacle is that I like the taste of food. I have been paying close attention to what and how I eat. I have noticed that it's not what I eat as much as how much. I tend to have seconds merely because the food taste so good and I don't want that good flavor to go away. I am not hungry at all, I just keep eating because I like it. And the one way I know of fixing this problem besides easting nasty food is to measure out my portions and but the rest in containers in the fridge before I even sit down to eat. We were out to dinner the other night and as soon as they brought my food I divided it and put half of it in my take home container before I even started eating. It worked well and I was very full before I finished what was left on my plate.

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  • SUZIEW27
    I agree Ronda! Why does food have to taste so good?! I am horrible when it comes to temptation!! Together, we will continue to work on ways to help us overcome our temptations!! You are doing great my friend!!
    3239 days ago
  • RBRUNER22
    I'm the same way! Especially when it's pasta! Good idea to put it in containers right away.
    3239 days ago
  • NADJAZZ
    I'm like that, too. I enjoy the flavor so much, I will keep eating until I am stuffed. Great job on coming up with the technique of immediately putting a portion away at the restaurant!
    3239 days ago
  • MONETRUBY
    Great job setting that extra food aside right away!
    3239 days ago
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