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The changes

Monday, October 10, 2011

As I was thinking about this blog and what to call it, I began to realized that these must be the lifestyle changes that people are talking about. And then I began wondering if I will be able to maintain these changes long term.
Usually we eat out on the weekend. We've done this as long as we've been married (which, come to think of it, is as long as I've been gaining weight for......) just because weekends are for relaxing and cooking belongs to our work week.
Well, I decided to cook for us this weekend. I realized that part of our weekend dilema is that we no plan at all. Our weekly eating schedule is very well planned, usually when we're planning our groceries, but, at the weekend, anything goes.
So, I cooked. It is an adjustment, and I did find myself wishing for pizza and french fries for most of the weekend, but I made a change. Just to see what will happen.
We did have lunch at our favourite sandwich place yesterday, but instead of a large ciabatta, I had a salad. It was still a high calorie meal, but was also our only meal out, and then I worked to balance it with everything else I ate.
This calorie watching really is hard work, but I'm learning.
I'm going to need to work on turning this into something long term now. Not just a quick fix diet.
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  • THETURTLEBEAR
    Little steps at a time - good for you!
    3304 days ago
  • SEXYVIXEN2
    You're doing really well with watching your calorie intake. Well done you!
    Remember though, that the occasional treat is fine, even if it is pizza!!
    By allowing yourself a treat now and again, you're more likely to stick to a healthy eating regime. Moderation is key emoticon
    Have a great week, Angela emoticon
    3305 days ago
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