Do not eat off a plat, only a saucer, never eat more than your fist at a time and 6 to 8 times a day. If you go out, ask for a take home box and a side saucer, put your food on a saucer and the other in the box ASAP! Start collecting cute and unique saucers and have fun eating + )View Thread
Fall down seven times Pick your self up eight! Thoughts of the mind produce after their kind, think about it : )
I just saw the group for the first time today. Hello, three years ago I was a size 24, now I am an 8 and have one size to go. I had a hard time with shoe strings and seats at movies and sleeping on my side was crushing my hip. I am 49 now and have little sagging. I woke up and decided that I was going to concentrate on me! Wow , yes me...that was a huge beginning. Step 2 was to weigh and write it on my wrist or palm. I decided I was not going to gain another pound! EVER! So I started with water aerobics 3 X a week and built from there. I went on one diet, sick of that went off a day or two and started another! Hear that part...keep going, as something got to big...GET RID OF IT...hey you saving it so you can get big again...NO...and so on...Thoughts of the mind...keep after their kind...Think about it...you controll you and that is all that can LindaView Thread
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