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Old 03-13-2008, 11:13 AM   #391
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Woohoo on entering the 2nd stage of your journey!! I cant wait to sit back and watch the lbs just melt off of you!
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Congratulations Elizabeth! Your energy and happiness just leaps out of your journal! It is wonderful that the scale is no longer calling you, you have found an enjoyable natural way of eating and are revving up your exercise program ... being able to just take it all in stride and live life is really what this is all about ... finding that good place. I am so happy for you!!! Pauline
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Congratulations Elizabeth! Your energy and happiness just leaps out of your journal! It is wonderful that the scale is no longer calling you, you have found an enjoyable natural way of eating and are revving up your exercise program ... being able to just take it all in stride and live life is really what this is all about ... finding that good place. I am so happy for you!!! Pauline
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I am back from my walk. I ended up walking an hour because I varied my usual route. Yesterday, when I was walking, there were many sidewalks that weren't shoveled and my feet got really wet.

This walk kicked my butt!!!!! I still had to walk through a lot of snow. The hills were at the end of my walk instead of the beginning so I was more tired. I think that I will start changing my walk every other day. Go left one day and right the next. Make sense? Then the hills are in different places and my body won't know what to expect. Sneaky.

There is this massive hill going out of town. I was thinking that the next really nice day, I just might walk half an hour up it, turn around and come back down.

It's only 15 weeks until my 1 year weight loss anniversary. I really thought I would be at goal after a year, but now I'm thinking that it would really be nice to be 170 by then. According to ******, 170 is when I am only "Moderately Overweight." My ultimate goal is to be at 145 on my 40th birthday which is in December of this year. December 25 would be 1 1/2 years on plan, so we'll see where I'm at then. I don't want to under estimate myself, but I don't want to set unattainable goals for my body. The only time I ever weighed in the 120's was when I was in 6th grade.
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Old 03-14-2008, 07:03 AM   #395
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Good morning Elizabeth..

wow.. you are pumped huh.. oh wait.. Psyched.. hehee.. this is great!!!...

so when in December is your Birthday? both my boys are in December..

I got a good feeling that you will reach your goal sweetie.. you are one determined lady,,,,.. now.. rub off on me please..

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Old 03-14-2008, 03:02 PM   #396
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I posted this in someone else's journal so I'm going to post it here to:

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I am in a really bad mood today. I keep thinking about eating/bingeing and I have to keep having this conversation with myself, "Nothing that I eat is going to solve this problem. You will still be mad. You are not hungry. Food is not the answer to this problem." Then I get even more annoyed that I have to even have this stupid conversation with myself. BTW, did I say I was in a really bad mood today?

I know that it is good that I can identify this and talk myself thru it or out of it or whatever, but it makes me angry. I know that this is what has derailed me sometimes in the past. It's just so much hard work and sometimes I just get tired of doing it. Even though giving in is not the answer, there is that little part of me that wants that temporary "high." That little bit of sugar buzz that will temporarily kill my feelings/irritation for a small amount of time. I know it's temporary. I know that the feelings afterwards are more horrible feeling than what I'm feeling right now, but sometimes I don't feel like being rational. Sometimes I don't feel like being strong and white knuckling it thru.

Gaawwww, I even annoy myself, just writing what I'm writing.
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Old 03-15-2008, 08:46 AM   #397
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Last night just got better and better.

My friend came to pick me up and backed into my neighbor's car.

Got my workouts in:

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Old 03-15-2008, 08:49 AM   #398
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My friend came to pick me up and backed into my neighbor's car.Got my workouts in:

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ot OH..
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Old 03-17-2008, 07:05 PM   #399
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Yep, quite the bummer!

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Happy St. Patrick's Day! I got engaged 22 years ago today. I'm still crazy about that man!!!!:blush:

Got a 45 minute walk in this weekend==bonus!

Road my bike for 48 minutes tonight. Going to do my upper body work out in a bit.
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Old 03-18-2008, 05:57 AM   #400
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Good morning Elizabeth,,,

how sweet is that...

awesome on the exercise..

catchya later today.. have a good one!!
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New avatar.

I had some pics and I asked my husband to pick one and he picked this one. I said, "It doesn't even look like me." He said, "It's exactly you! What are you talking about?"

My face just looks so much thinner. I actually have a chin. Does anyone else have this happen to them? They can't recognize the person as themselves?



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Old 03-18-2008, 09:47 AM   #402
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Holy Crap!! What a huge difference!!
You look awesome!!! *insert wolf whistle here*
I've never not "known" myself looking in the mirror, but when at the mall and you walk by the mirrors on the wall, I once caught a glimpse of myself, and had to turn around and go look again.. Just to make sure it was me! Another time last year when I was 146 :blush:, my best friend brought some pics over for me to see, and I asked who the girl was that had her back to the camera...She said it was me??!! I actually had to look 2 or 3 times to make sure she was right (thinking I'm not that thin)
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I love the new avatar!!! You look gr-e-e-e-e-a-a-a-a-t!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

yep ... I often don't recognize myself although I must say I am more used to it, than when I first got to goal in 2006 ... Yay!! for the new you!!!!!



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Old 03-18-2008, 11:17 AM   #404
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I had some pics and I asked my husband to pick one and he picked this one. I said, "It doesn't even look like me." He said, "It's exactly you! What are you talking about?"

My face just looks so much thinner. I actually have a chin. Does anyone else have this happen to them? They can't recognize the person as themselves?



WW Elizabeth... this is just B*E*A*UTIFUL..

I have never lost enough to not know me.. its just the opposite for me .. I look in the mirror and wonder who that person is.. because I am NOT who I see....

your a great inspiration sweet lady... thanks for being you..
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Thank you all for the kind comments.

I wanted to come in last night and post, but I had a really, really upset stomach and just spent the night between the bathroom and the living room chair watching crime dramas.

That picture still looks strange to me.....so much so that if I can't get used to it, I might change it. Yesterday, my husband saw it and said, "I'm so glad you picked that picture." So strange.....I think I have more issues than I thought.

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I bought some really lovely oranges for my kids. I have been partaking and they taste wonderful! However, this morning when I woke up, my eyes were all swollen and my face was all puffy. My fingers feel "tight." I had an orange about two hours before I went to bed. Also had some cheese with it to slow down any insulin response. I'm wondering if it's the orange. Trying not to get on the scale, so I don't know what it'll do to me weight wise. Drinking extra water today to flush out my system.
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Road my bike for 45 minutes yesterday. I can feel muscles starting to grow because my legs hurt when I ride.

It snowed last night. It needs to go away!!!!! It's the first day of spring, after all!
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Good morning Elizabeth.. ..

sorry about the orange .. wow..
I hope your better today hun..

I would keep the picture on.. its YOU.. Beautiful YOU !!.. so just face it young lady..
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Hey Elizabeth! I agree with Monet, the picture is wonderful and you should definitely keep it!!!

Have you considered on the orange that maybe the "reaction" was simply another symptom of the sickness and not an allergic reaction to the orange? Seems to make more sense to me ... food allergies your reactions are usually either hives (few different kinds) or throat closing and or an asthma reaction. Swollen hands, etc are usually a contact dermatitis kinda thing I have found ...

anyhoooo just a thought!!! I hope you are feeling better now!!!
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Oh, I never thought I had an allergy to oranges. I felt exactly like I used to when I had a "carb hangover." I was just wondering out loud. Didn't know if anyone else had had the same reaction to the orange. I'm sure there is a scientific reason behind it.



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I made it through Easter just fine. Even had a little drama thrown in and it didn't send me into a binge. Here's what helped.....I planned the day to be incredibly low key. Didn't spend a lot of the kids. Didn't cook a lot of food. Sent leftover desserts home with guests. Had some "legal" chocolate in case of emergency (didn't need it.)....On a fluke, my husband bought me some new special coffee and I had this while everyone else had candy and cake. I felt very well cared for. Think I will remember this and buy some new coffee for the next holiday.

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hey sweets... glad your Easter went well for you.... coffee.. good idea....

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Thanks, Monet! I hope you have a good day, too
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Tomorrow I will have been "on plan" for nine months. Incredible.
I can honestly say that it has just been putting one foot in front of the other every day.

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I want to talk a little bit about holidays and how they have changed for me. I noticed it a little at Christmas and I really noticed it when I was getting ready for Easter.

Holidays (really, any event) have always been about the food. If you had asked me, I would have said they are about Jesus, my family, the children, and church. I wasn't really living that though. I would spend months pouring over magazines, websites, and cookbooks planning menus. What will I make? What will I buy? What special foods are available at the bakery at only this time of year? Of course, I also had to pull out my personal collection of recipes that contained all of my Grandmother's recipes. While I spent time thinking about the gifts for the children, I probably spent just as much time, if not more, thinking about and buying their candy.

Did I spend any time at all preparing myself spiritually for these holy days? Not really.:blush:

Not only did I enjoy the food for the sake of the food, but I used the food as medication to get through the day (week, month). I didn't like how my kids were behaving? Cookies would help that. I didn't like that I felt disrespected by extended family members? A nice piece of cake or brownie. My husband wasn't doing what I wanted? Pie or candy would be helpful.

Not only was I a mess emotionally, but I usually had a horrible upset stomach. I would be exhausted by the end of the day. Of course, I was wonderful company to everyone who was around.

When I started thinking about Easter, the list of foods that are traditional for my family came up. As I went down the list, I realized that my kids and husband didn't really eat or like these desserts/salads/bread. The extended members of the family didn't need them because of health issues even though they would have eaten them. I crossed many, many dishes off my list and ended up with a very, very simple menu.

Even with the major cutting of food, there were still a lot of leftovers. Leftovers that I know would have ended up in my stomach had I been eating.

I have to admit that I felt a bit of mourning about the holiday. I need to relearn how to "act" during a get together. What is typical behavior for a person not focused on food?

I think I enjoyed my children more. Their childish behavior did not get on my nerves. I did not feel the need for them to be perfect.

I think perfectionism does play a big part in all of this. The perfectly set table. The perfectly prepared food. The perfect Easter dresses for my girls. The perfect shirt and pants for my husband and son. The perfectly clean and decorated house.

I let the kids put up all the Easter decorations this year. What joy they had. And you know what, it really didn't matter that the ornaments on the egg tree were all clumped together or that all the bunnies were grouped in a way that I would not have grouped them. It really was all about the kids.

So I started this "essay" about food and began rambling and now have ended up at perfectionism. Just ramdom thoughts I've needed to get out.

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Great post about your thoughts on holidays, Elizabeth.

I am finding (over and over) that the only thing "perfectionism" brings me is unnecessary stress and overeating...

If I can start letting go of some of my desires for "perfection," then maybe I will find more peace in myself and with my eating.
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The ONLY thing I have perfected is a fat unhealthy body....

I do understand all this Elizabeth.. I am the same way.. at least you have realized it.. so that's a plus.. once you get it under control.. your Holidays will be much much better and stress free..

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Hey GG, we're twins separated at birth. Food has gotten us through the stresses of life, the need to be perfect. We just have to learn how to change, part of it is letting go on some of these things.It is kind of scary, but it means you are truly doing this and there is hope that you (and me) can escape the grip of this perfectionism problem and the inner turnoil it causes us.

Way to go Girl! What a great Easter story!!!



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Pauline, if we are "twins," does that mean I'll be able to wear stripes someday?

Thanks, Monet and Rebecca. I'm so glad your here.

I just needed to get these thoughts out of my head and on the paper.

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I've been exercising hard! I've been hitting my bike for 45 minutes most days. On the days I don't do 45 minutes, I do a preprogrammed bike interval of 30 minutes. I definitely sweat more during the bike program! It varies the "difficulty levels" to represent hills. There is also a light that you have to keep lit that lets you know if you are going the proper speed. It keeps you from going too slow. LOL

Unfortunately, I haven't been doing the weight lifting as well as I had hoped. Oh well, one baby step at a time.

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I've also been doing the whole tapping "thing" that Paul McKenna suggests. I don't know why it works, but it seems to. It could be that I want it to work. It could be that it is a distraction. As I said, I don't know, but for me, at least this week, it seems to be helping. I've done a lot less "munching" because I'm bored or upset. Maybe it just brings me "back to reality" so that I'm in the moment and realizing what I'm doing. I'm finding that I'm doing it less and less each day because I'm not feeling the need to eat except when hungry. The whole thing seems pretty silly when you are doing it, but I'm pretty happy with the results so far.

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I'm sure the weight loss is from the heavy duty exercise. I think the "tapping" has helped with the emotions and extra calories.
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on the loss girly.. your rockin..

I am so happy for you!!
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Quick pop in.

Things are good. I'm very busy with my kids' school, sewing costumes, and various meetings.

Weight is good. Eating is good. Binge feelings in check. I'm trying to take good care of me.
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