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SpiritSong



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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 8:12 pm    Post subject: SpiritSong's check in Reply with quote

Re-starting No S again. My regular mods still apply. Friday and Sunday S-Days, and I am allowed a small snack between breakfast and lunch, if needed (because there is an eight hour distance between the two and I have trouble eating much breakfast at 5 am).

Started on 9/15/17. S-Day. Could have had a donut with work breakfast, but realized that being back on No S meant only having the sweet if it was worth it. The supermarket donut wasn't.

9/16/17 - First N-Day. Went well. Actually made myself lunch (I don't generally cook) with a Blue Apron kit.

9/17/17 - S-Day. Had chocolate cake for dad's birthday and quality sweets with dinner.

9/18/17 - N-Day - No problems. Did not have morning snack. Slightly cheated as we ate out and I had chips and salsa prior to dinner, but then I didn't eat much of my dinner, so the chips would have fit on my plate.

9/19/17- N-Day - Slight cheat again as the morning snack included a small piece of apple with chocolate on it. I probably wouldn't have had a snack at all, but my boss received one of those fruit bouquets.

I know what you're thinking. This chick is not going to lose any weight and then will blame No S! No, I am keeping this check in so I will have a record that can be used against me in No S court if I try such nonsense. Cool
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 8:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ha! Weight loss schmeight loss. You will know when to be more precise.

I was curious to know why you wouldn't start meditations right away. Do they have some kind of focus? It's not just general stuff? But of course it's your call.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

oolala53 wrote:
I was curious to know why you wouldn't start meditations right away. Do they have some kind of focus? It's not just general stuff? But of course it's your call.


They are weight loss related meditations (Gabriel Method). I am easily overwhelmed, so if I want to make this a lifetime habit, I need to go slooooooooooow.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 8:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Got it.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9/20/17 - Only cheat was a mocha from my boss, but I was up late attending a Malala lecture, so the caffeine was needed. Shocked

9/21/17 - I was hungry a couple of hours before lunch and had my allowed morning snack. Normally, I may have been able to ignore it, but I am working on a big project at work that I need my concentration for and the hunger was distracting me.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2017 4:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9/22/17 - S-Day! Yay!

Beginning this process again is always interesting because of the "Oh, this is when I would have eaten something" moments on N-Days.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 23, 2017 6:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Step by step. Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 3:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9/23/17 - Success.

9/24/17 - S-Day!

9/25/17 - I was just about to take the cookie my boss was offering when I remember, "Wait! I can't!" Luckily I had not touched the cookie yet so it was not rude to withdraw my hand. Smile No S is definitely in my head, so that part is working.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 7:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

One member long ago said when she was offered some food at work one day, she absentmindedly said, "No, thanks, it's Tuesday." It made sense in her mind, but probably sounded pretty weird.

I wonder what it would be like to live in a culture where no one ever tried to get you to eat except at meal times or special events?
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 1:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9/26/17 - Success. Was offered a piece of no-flour chocolate cake (and usually I am the first in line for treats at the office), but I told her no, thank you, I'm not allowed sweets during the week.

Yes, I'm that person who acts like Reinhard is following me around, slapping food out of my hand, when I should be taking ownership. I'll work on that. Laughing
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 4:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'll go out on a limb and say Reinhard would NEVER slap food out of anyone's hand. So you ARE doing it yourself. Bravo! (I doubt he even talks about No S or overeating to anyone but us.)

Now you'll have to follow through on not eating sweets at work. Eventually, they'll likely stop offering, but if you cave after a declaration, you're fair game!
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2017 8:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9/27/17 - I had a piece of chicken from my boss for dinner and needed something to go with it on my plate. I thought about having a fruit cup, but then opted for goldfish crackers instead. But, hey, I thought about having fruit! Very Happy

I just realized I started my HabitCal on September 1st when I started No S on September 15th. It took only two weeks for me to notice. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 12:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

SpiritSong wrote:


I just realized I started my HabitCal on September 1st when I started No S on September 15th. It took only two weeks for me to notice. Rolling Eyes


LOL! At least it's easy to fix--copy all the entries onto the right dates and then put "blank" squares over the first 2 weeks.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 9:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

9/28/17 - Had to take a fail. My husband brought me a Boston Market dinner, and the salad that came with it was too big to fit on my plate. If I thought it was still a reasonable amount of food, I would have done a virtual plate write-off, but I definitely ate more than I needed to. Oh, well, we don't have Boston Market that often, and at least I was too full to continue the fail with a sweet for dessert. And look, I ate a salad! Twisted Evil

9/29/17 - S-Day! Had a sweet with my coffee for first breakfast. Very Happy Second breakfast will be at work, as Friday is "Breakfast Day."
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 12:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Merry seems to always know what to do about site stuff!

I'm such a cheapskate that I regard nearly any takeout meal as two servings, except for the salad. I'm also usually thinking how good and easy it will be for lunch the next day.

I don't see Boston Markets around anymore. Which state do you live in?
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2017 6:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm in New York State. The Boston Market locator shows two locations in my area, the closest being 24 minutes away (which is why we don't get it that often).

Yes, maybe next time we have it, I will pack up half of it to have the next day (except for the salad since then I would have to pick out the croutons!). Good idea. It was my first encounter with the situation since I re-started No S, so my brain wasn't pre-wired to consider other solutions.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 30, 2017 11:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

9/30/17 - Had to take another fail. I didn't eat enough for lunch and was hungry by 4:00, just as my husband went to take a nap. Got too hangry to wait for dinner.

I was going to weigh in for the first of the month tomorrow, but after two fails, I hope I didn't gain. Laughing Just kidding. It is just a data point, not the end of the world.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 11:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Had my first of the month weigh-in this morning, and I am down! Yay! I know the results are not scientifically significant since I don't weigh myself over a few days and average it or anything, but down is down. Cool

One half month on No S, and I am down 2.25 pounds. If the downward trend continues, perhaps I can begin November in Onederland! Shocked

Okay, party over for another month. Time to enjoy my S-Day and then get back on habit tomorrow.

10/1/17 - S-Day
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 6:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

SS, don't forget that you can have a beverage for those witching afternoon hours. Are you not a coffee drinker? Decaf, sometimes with a tablespoon of cocoa, and some creamer of choice got me through many a meal gap without it leading to having more and more, which often happens with chewing.

Any compelling activities you could plan to do to divert your attention from the hunger? Once I'm home, it's more likely to be something online, but occasionally doing something like washing my feet and applying lotion leads to my organizing bathroom supplies or something else unrelated that gets my attention off eating. But online is more common... otherwise, my house would be a lot more organized!
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Had a bit too much S-Day dinner and felt stuffed, not satisfied. Lesson learned.

On to my N-Days and regular meals.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 6:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

10/2/17 - Sweets at work for a coworker's birthday, but I didn't have any! And I had lunch at the mall and usually have a soda, but today I had a bottle of water.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 3:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bit by bit, new normals.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 1:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

10/2/17 - Had lemonade with dinner, but not taking a fail. I was visiting my husband in the hospital, ordered unsweetened ice tea, and somehow ended up with lemonade. With nothing else to drink, and the fact that it was about 1/2 cup in size, I drank it guilt free.

Also managed to have a little wine when I got home without an accompanying snack.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 03, 2017 3:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I definitely wouldn't call that a fail either.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 12:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

10/3/17 - Success.

I was thinking about why I've dropped No S before, and mostly I think it was because having whatever you want whenever you want is fun. Of course, as adults, it is up to us to realize there are consequences for such behavior. And ruining the true pleasure of food is one of those consequences. (Obviously, excess weight is another.)
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 4:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Exactly. At some point, if the freedom becomes less fun in the face of the costs than the pleasure it supplies, the tide can turn. People give up because it doesn't seem worth the trade or they resent it and don't feel they should have to or whatever. That's their call.

And honestly, if it meant counting calories forever, or eating a narrow choice of food, or having to stick to very small amounts, it wouldn't be worth it to me, either, unless I had a very serious condition that could be reversed by such measures.

Hope my bluff doesn't get called...
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 10:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

10/4/17 - Success
10/5/17 - Success. I was home with sick dog, but still didn't snack!
10/6/17 - S-Day. Pretty calm one. Enjoyed my Coke with the lunch my boss bought me.

I calculated that if I lose a half pound per week, I could be at goal weight on January 1, 2020. So when I think about cheating, I think about that date and how I want to move towards my goal instead.

Yes, I know real life weight loss doesn't actually work like that (week after week, loss after loss, for over two years straight), but at this early stage, it is the shining star to guide my path.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

10/7/17 - Fail. Was hanging out on the couch watching TV and needed a snack. And since I was having a snack, went ahead and had a Pepsi.

Will have to work on better habits on Saturdays. Yes, I know that it why Saturday was supposed to be an S-Day, but I don't want to give up my Friday S-Day.

10/8/7 - S-Day!
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Spirit, are your s-days split? That would be really hard for me. I'm sure I'd get mixed up on what day it is. I can sympathize with the chips-on-the-couch scenario though. Evening snacks are my nemesis. Does that then make no-s my super power? Shocked Best of luck to you tonight.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 4:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hmm, what do you think now about the concept of "needing" a snack watching TV on the couch. Does this come up on weekday N days?

It's fascinating how paired/connected things can be. From snack food to snack drink. Aren't we lucky how easy Big Food has made it? Wink

But good job earlier having wine without its usual pairing of a snack.

All things considered, I think you're doing well. You've realized some important things and are taking mental and physical steps that will help.

Enjoy your Sunday!
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

gingerpie wrote:
Hi Spirit, are your s-days split? That would be really hard for me. I'm sure I'd get mixed up on what day it is. I can sympathize with the chips-on-the-couch scenario though. Evening snacks are my nemesis. Does that then make no-s my super power? Shocked Best of luck to you tonight.


I take Friday as an S-Day because we have Breakfast Day at work, and I don't want to miss that every week. Plus then I can do what I want on Friday night to celebrate the end of the week.

I run into trouble on Saturdays because meal times aren't as set as weekdays (I can eat an early lunch, and then dinner might be late depending on when my husband gets home) and I spend more time on the couch.

I go to bed so early that evening snacks during the week aren't a problem. Try sleeping like an older person, Gingerpie! Laughing Early to bed and early to rise!!
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah, the unstructured time is why the S days are on the weekends. But it's still workable, if Fridays are worth it to you.

Could you make the early lunch a brunch (no breakfast) and have a routine break/snack in the afternoon, then dinner whenever?

Couch time is definitely part of a fair number of my Saturdays.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 2:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I get up too early to skip breakfast, even on weekends, but thank you for the suggestion. I think I'll need to eat a bigger lunch and get strict with myself during the afternoon.

10/9/17 - Success! Did not take S-Day for Columbus/Indigenous People Day since I was working a normal day.

10/10/17 - Success!
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

10/11/17 - Success
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

good going spirit. Glad to see you're doing well.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 12:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks, Gingerpie! I am trying to stay focused so this doesn't end up being my "honeymoon period." Cool

10/12/17 - Success. I did load my plate a bit for lunch as my employer provided pizza, garlic knots, and salad, but everyone else's plate was similar to mine since we were all taking it to another room (so no seconds). But I drank water instead of the soda and skipped the cookies.

10/13/17 - S-Day. I am currently enjoying Breakfast Day at work with half a peanut donut, a small oatmeal cookie, grapes, and a couple of strawberries. Later, I am looking forward to a Crown and Pepsi. (At home, I mean. I don't (generally) drink at work.) Very Happy
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 2:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We had a breakfast here a few days ago. I wasn't too sure going into it but it worked out well as some people brought savory items. Little social events like that can be a great treat.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 2:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Y'all are making me feel like I should feed my staff more often. We only have food at the holiday party and end of year party. And the cake for all the birthdays - a tradition I hope to change up, now that 3 members of my staff are seriously avoiding sugar.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2017 2:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

NOOOO, don't do it! I mean, food at the office more often.

We should start a national movement of anti-office birthday cake. There's got to be SOME other way to celebrate.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 14, 2017 4:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

oolala53 wrote:
NOOOO, don't do it! I mean, food at the office more often.

We should start a national movement of anti-office birthday cake. There's got to be SOME other way to celebrate.


Just what I was thinking! Save food at offices for special occasions only!

I work remotely, but in the office they actually have a no-sugar rule (you can bring it in for yourself but can't put stuff out to share for everyone). Such a great protection for people! (They also pay for gym memberships and exercise classes up to a certain dollar amount if people want to participate--great incentives!)
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"...slim cultures...value not overeating. They don't eat more of a food just because it's good. They enjoy the food more."--Oolala
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There are about 28 people on my floor, so if everyone gets a birthday cake, that is more than two per month! Plus, I think half of them have birthdays in December, so that month was always pretty sickening between the cake and holiday goodies.

10/14/17 - Success! I ate a large lunch just to make sure I wouldn't snack and have another Saturday failure.

10/15/17 - S-Day.

10/16/17 - S-Event Day. Celebrating Bosses Day at work with food. Yes, coming off the heels of our food at work discussion, this probably isn't the best way to celebrate. At least I'm bringing chips and salsa and not sweets. Cool
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Merry wrote:
oolala53 wrote:
NOOOO, don't do it! I mean, food at the office more often.

We should start a national movement of anti-office birthday cake. There's got to be SOME other way to celebrate.


Just what I was thinking! Save food at offices for special occasions only!

I work remotely, but in the office they actually have a no-sugar rule (you can bring it in for yourself but can't put stuff out to share for everyone). Such a great protection for people! (They also pay for gym memberships and exercise classes up to a certain dollar amount if people want to participate--great incentives!)


LOL, okay, but look how people look forward to Friday brekkie. I was thinking that sitting down for tea (really tea, not afternoon tea with biscuits) together could substitute for cake in my office. ??
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 18, 2017 3:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

If that floats your boat , do it. We were talking about that constant barrage of food. Plus, most people want to keep the work week Vanilla. I think.
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10/17/17 - Success. I was nervous that dinner wouldn't be enough. Since I am still using large plates, I had plenty of room for a small bunch of grapes. And then I ended up being too full to finish the grapes anyway!

I did a "cheater" weigh in this morning (I weigh once a month officially) and I am up. Oh, well. Probably wasn't a good idea to weigh after two S-Days, an N-Day when I overate, and an S-Event. If I am still up on November 1st, I will add one thing to my efforts, which I think will be the Jon Gabriel evening affirmation recording. I am re-reading his book as a prelude.

My first goal is Onederland, and my morning research shows I last visited that mystical land briefly two years ago. This time I plan to move there permanently.
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10/18/17 - Success. I even cooked myself dinner! Shocked (Blue Apron)

10/19/17 - Ongoing. My husband brought me breakfast (biscuit sandwich and hash browns) and I found that I made it through my morning 35 minute dog walk much better. Perhaps I need to start eating protein in the morning!
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10/19/17 - Success! Probably ate a bit too much at lunch, but I am not in the Phase where one worries about such things. Very Happy

10/20/17 - S-Day! Had some chocolate sweets with my coffee, breakfast pizza at work, and a chocolate bar snack this morning. Ha, a bit much, but I shouldn't be hungry for much lunch today. Maybe a piece of cold pizza if there's any left.
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This must be the day for cold pizza. That was my lunch, too. Smile
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10/21/17 - Success! Cooked a Blue Apron meal again (may be the only way I ever eat any vegetables) and it was quite tasty.

10/22/17 - S-Day.
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10/23/17 - Ongoing. Managed to resist morning snacks in the office kitchen and sweets at my lunch meeting. Currently hating job, but will not drown sorrows in food. Maybe in a couple of beers later.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2017 9:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry to hear that you are not enjoying your job. I find it very hard to stay strong around food when I feel stressed, well done to you for resisting temptation. Hope things improve for you soon.
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I hope the job situation improves. Eyes on the prize!
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Let's fight food while we decry our jobs together. Twisted Evil
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Thank you everyone for the job sympathy. I actually have a very good job and I am grateful; it's just that some days EVERY SINGLE THING is annoying and I hate everything about it. Evil or Very Mad

I thought I might break and snack when I got home because of course the commute with the IDIOTS on the road didn't HELP my MOOD. (Okay. Stop yelling. You were in a bad mood. We get it.) But I was able to wait until dinner arrived (we order in more than we should -- I blame the hubby) and enjoyed my chicken finger salad with one beer. Sure, not a "clean eating" kind of dinner, but success nonetheless!

10/24/17 - Ongoing. I took the stairs from the first floor to the eighth floor after a meeting due to the wait for the elevators. I made sure someone knew to check the stairwell if I went missing.
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10/24/17 - Success

10/25/17 - Resisted homemade cookies in the work kitchen, and had salad instead of chips with my sandwich at my work lunch. Enjoyed some hot cider with lunch instead of water, so I did have a treat. Smile
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SpiritSong wrote:
Thank you everyone for the job sympathy. I actually have a very good job and I am grateful; it's just that some days EVERY SINGLE THING is annoying and I hate everything about it. Evil or Very Mad


I know what you mean! I have been there.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 27, 2017 1:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

10/25/17 - Success
10/26/17 - Success
10/27/17 - S-Day!

I have a feeling I am not going to make goal on Nov. 1st, so I will be adding the evening Jon Gabriel audio program. My problem is probably large portions and alcohol at dinner, but we'll wait to tackle that another month. Might as well deal with psychology early on and then maybe the portions will take care of themselves!

I was also thinking of lengthening my morning walks with the dog, but that can definitely wait until the sun comes up earlier. I can always add a mile with Leslie Sansone in the morning before my shower.

When I achieve success tomorrow, it will be my first 21 days of success since I re-started. Very Happy
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10/28/17 - Success and I officially joined the 21-Day Club!
10/29/17 - S-Day!

Weigh in on Wednesday. Instead of adding walking, I believe my "fitness" focus in November will be addressing my plantar faciitis.
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Weigh in on Wednesday. Instead of adding walking, I believe my "fitness" focus in November will be addressing my plantar faciitis.


Umm, oh yes you will!! Shocked How in the world have you been walking? I spend literally hours upon hours trying on shoes to find those that have enough support and I buy the expensive insoles to put im my running shoes. Sometimes, I add less expensive insoles to my work shoes because I'm on my feet a lot. Oh, and sadly, the actual attractiveness of the shoe is no longer a consideration. Rolling Eyes best of luck to you.
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I hope the 21-day club will bring a return to your 2010-11 successes. You deserve to have some respite from the tug-of-war, as do we all who are are sliding some in the mud.
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Gratz!
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gingerpie wrote:
Umm, oh yes you will!! Shocked How in the world have you been walking? I spend literally hours upon hours trying on shoes to find those that have enough support and I buy the expensive insoles to put im my running shoes. Sometimes, I add less expensive insoles to my work shoes because I'm on my feet a lot. Oh, and sadly, the actual attractiveness of the shoe is no longer a consideration. Rolling Eyes best of luck to you.


Mine just started up this summer (after adopting a new dog who must be walked every morning -- my last one could play in the yard off leash), so it isn't too bad yet. Unfortunately, I did try the "ignore it and hope it goes away" treatment, which doesn't work. Kind of like the "ignore it and hope the fat goes away" diet! Laughing

I bought some compression socks which really seemed to help over the weekend, so we'll see how they do at work.

Thank you for the good wishes, Larkspur and Oolala! I was in a bad mood and almost had a red last night, but in the end remembered that it wasn't really worth it. I think the psychology of No S is sinking in better this time.

10/30/17 - Success. Ignored brownies and corn muffins in the work pantry.

10/31/17 - Holiday? LOL. We'll see if there is anything I can't say no to. The library at work is having cider and donuts, but they don't really sound all that appealing. Plus I have weigh in tomorrow. No candy at home to have to resist.
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10/31/17 - Success. Didn't have any treats.

Had my weigh in this morning and it looks like my weight has stayed pretty steady all summer. So the morning walks since June, and No S since mid-September have had no effect so far. Argh.

So, I'll have to look at it as setting the foundation and see what else I can do. I know I said I was going to start listening to my Jon Gabriel audio, but I think the last time I moved the scale, water was the trick. So I am going to work on upping my water intake in November. And maybe weigh in once a week rather than once a month.

I will also be working on my plantar faciitis by rolling and icing my feet. I ordered a pair of Kuru shoes to walk in, and some heel supports for my other shoes.

So that's my November plan. Here's hoping for some visible results!
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11/1/17 - Success. And I actually made dinner (thanks to Blue Apron) so I had a vegetable (kale slaw). Very Happy

11/2/17 - Was having a bad morning and thought about having chocolate, but Mature Me told me to be a grown up and stick with the plan.

My new shoes are supposed to arrive today! Can't wait to try them out on my dog walk tomorrow morning.
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SpiritSong wrote:
11/1/17 - Success. And I actually made dinner (thanks to Blue Apron) so I had a vegetable (kale slaw). Very Happy

11/2/17 - Was having a bad morning and thought about having chocolate, but Mature Me told me to be a grown up and stick with the plan.

My new shoes are supposed to arrive today! Can't wait to try them out on my dog walk tomorrow morning.


Well done "Mature You". I do a healthy hot cocoa when I'm craving chocolate and it usually works 1/2 water, 1/2 almond milk, tbsp raw cacao powder. No, definitely not the same as chocolate, but sometimes works Smile
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Piyare - I wasn't really craving chocolate. It was more the feeling that I deserved a "pity snack." I didn't. Laughing

11/2/17 - Green
11/3/17 - S-Day! Enjoying office breakfast as I type.

Last night, I ate the rest of my kale slaw with the addition of some turkey, Swiss cheese, croutons, and honey mustard dressing. It didn't look like much but it was plenty for dinner. After a month and a half on No S, I have realized I can eat a lot less in the evening, especially since I go to bed so early.

I have also been turning down the chips that come with my sandwich at the office cafeteria. The sandwiches they make are plenty big enough for lunch without the addition of chips or even the carrot sticks they offer. And to think sometimes I would follow it all up with a candy bar. Rolling Eyes
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11/4/17 - Success!
11/5/17 - S-Day

Yesterday, I had a filling breakfast, so I had no problem eating a late lunch (I made it and it took over an hour). And since the lunch was so filling (included lentils), I had no problem waiting until dinner.

And after announcing that I was going to weekly weigh-ins, Amazon had a scale on sale that sends the info to an app on your phone for tracking, so I am going to start daily weigh-ins tomorrow (the scale arrives today). Since my number doesn't seem to be moving at all, I may need that extra feedback to keep portion control in mind.
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Yesterday, I had a filling breakfast, so I had no problem eating a late lunch (I made it and it took over an hour). And since the lunch was so filling (included lentils), I had no problem waiting until dinner.

Lentils are the best! When I was young I didn't like them but now I eat then several times a week.
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Finished up the lentil leftovers for dinner last night. Got gas again. Sad

11/6/17 - Success

Had my first weigh in on my new scale yesterday morning. It motivated me to keep up with my water program, so that's a plus.

My new shoes and heel seats seem to be helping with my plantar faciitis, so I am super happy about that.

Otherwise, hoping for some progress on the scale soon.
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I think I have figured out why I had success before and not now. I checked my HabitCal and back in 2010-2011 when I had my No S success, I was working out at home, rather consistently. The dog walks just aren't enough to kick my system into gear.

Looks like I need to clean up my exercise room and figure out a weekly workout schedule. Which is fine, except I will still have to do the 30 minute dog walk. This is really going to cut into my morning computer time! Razz
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11/7/17 - Success

With all this IF talk, I never really considered it for myself. But as others have pointed out, with No S, we are practically IFing already, so why not go the extra step? I am generally not hungry when I get up in the morning, so holding off on breakfast shouldn't be much of a problem. Last night, I was done eating by 6:30, so I can eat breakfast between 8:30 (for 14 hours) and 10:30 (16 hours) and be an IFer!

I need to clean up the exercise room, so the workouts won't start until Sunday, but together, perhaps exercise and IF will be the one-two punch that knocks my number down the scale!
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11/8/17 - Success

I fasted for 15 hours and it wasn't bad at all. I think it does help put an extra spotlight on what I am eating. When it was time to think of what to have for dinner, I had to keep in mind that simple carbs wouldn't hold me for 14-16 hours and I chose chicken chili for the protein and fiber.
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11/9/17 - Fail

I made a Blue Apron meal that included grilled cheese and apple sandwiches and salad. While my husband was willing to try the sandwich, I knew he wouldn't want the salad because of what it contained, so I finished it. And that meant seconds. I don't feel guilty at all because I it was fruit and vegetables of which I don't eat enough.

I made it 16 hours without eating. I felt hungry about a half hour before my breakfast, and because all I eat is a 200 calorie Kind bar, I was plenty hungry for lunch. I think 16/8 is going to work out great for me, as long as I watch out for mood swings at work. Very Happy Evil or Very Mad Very Happy
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It’s not too hard, is it, to go 16 hours if you are used to NoS. I’m definitely noticing some lost inches, although the scale is very slow to move. I remind myself that the longer overnight fasts are thought to be better for health. So even people who are trim do it for health reasons. It seems to be another step toward enjoying food more while thinking about it less, which is another plus. How’s that exercise room looking?
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The exercise room project was originally scheduled for tomorrow, but since I started 16/8 this week, I think I will put it off until my vacation around Thanksgiving. Very Happy

I have Clean Clothes Mountain in my bedroom I can deal with instead. Plus my 8 Hour Diet book is supposed to arrive today so I'll be reading that tomorrow.
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11/10/17 - S-Day

11/11/17 - Made it 16 hours before eating, even on a Saturday. I can't say that I was super hungry. More that I was looking forward to eating.

No, I haven't tackled Clean Clothes Mountain, but I did read the whole 8 Hour Diet book. Very Happy
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11/11/17 - Success
11/12/17 - S-Day
11/13/17 - Just over an hour before I can eat something for breakfast. Feeling fine.

Weight was a bit higher this morning than on Friday, but it was to be expected after two S-Days, high sodium eating, and not keeping to my water schedule. Still, it was two pounds lower than last Monday's weigh in. Very Happy
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11/13/17 - Success

I ate a lunch that pleased my taste buds but not my digestive system. I was wondering what to have for dinner, and remembered that I fast now and a skipped meal really wouldn't hurt me. So I am having peppermint tea, which feels really nice in my tummy.

The good part is I get to have breakfast tomorrow, and I will probably be hungry for it. (I keep track of the 16 hour fast, but don't worry about the eating window. So I can have breakfast, lunch, and dinner tomorrow and not worry.)
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11/14/17 - Success
11/15/17 - Fail

I was tired when I got home and after dinner I wanted some of the Halloween candy my parents gave me. So I had some. Wasn't really worth it in the end.
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I'm sorry it wasn't good. That's a bummer.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Larkspur wrote:
I'm sorry it wasn't good. That's a bummer.


I think I was out of sorts from the 1:30 pm to 5:30 am fast, which by the time I ate lunch ended up being almost 24 hours with nothing to eat but a small breakfast sandwich and small muffin. Live and learn. At least I got to see a two pound drop on the scale. Shocked

I am going to add strength training in December to make sure I lose fat and not muscle. Yes, Larkspur, that means cleaning the exercise room! Laughing
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11/16/17 - Success
11/17/17 - S-Day

My 5-day average weight this week is a little more than two pounds under last week's 5-day average. So happy to see the scale finally move for me! Thank you, IF!
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Oh, that's so great! Gratz!
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