2019, etc.

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nosman
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2019, etc.

Post by nosman » Mon Dec 31, 2018 2:12 pm

I suppose there will be no shortage of us here over the next few days, promising ourselves and each other that we’ll be perfect No Sers in 2019. I’ve had success with it in the past but for a number of reasons, I haven’t been able to get it to stick again over the past few years. I am a dedicated runner however, and for the past six months or so, I’ve been experimenting with a couple of habit tracking apps. I’m really hoping one of these apps will be the key to helping me stay on track this year, even if it means being ok with a few red days here and there.

New Year’s resolutions can seem rather silly, but from a practical standpoint, they can be a great way to begin and track a new habit. It’s just how calendars are made!

Hoping to drop about 20 pounds. I’ll be back with results.

Good luck to everyone!

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Post by automatedeating » Mon Dec 31, 2018 3:58 pm

Welcome to 2019! I'd encourage you to start a check-in thread, if journaling is something you enjoy. It helps keep me on track.
Month/Year-BMI
8/13-26.3; 8/14-24.5; 5/15-26.2; 1/16-26.9; 9/16-25.6; 8/17-25.8; 11/17-26.9; 3/18-25.6; 8/18-24.5; 10/18-23.8; 1/19-23.4; 2/19-22.7

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Post by ladybird30 » Tue Jan 01, 2019 4:38 am

Weekly reporting has for me been the difference between continued success and eventual failure with No S.
Three meals a day - not too little not too much, but just right

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