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mauvaisroux
10-28-2002, 09:16 AM
This week I am committing myself to eating dinner at the dining room table every night this week. DH and I have developed the habit of eating in front of the tv off tv trays and I know this is not good.


flower
10-30-2002, 11:08 AM
I think I should make a commitment to walk each day, even if it is just around the block. baby steps... I can't complain it is too hot anymore!

ellis
10-30-2002, 01:19 PM
commitment... commitment...
Okay, I'm going to take a weight management thingy at the gym starting this week. I'm not losing and I'm exercising like a crazy woman, and I'm ticked off, and the course is only 15 bucks.


Punkinseed
10-30-2002, 04:13 PM
Ok... commitment huh?

I will commit to sticking to my planned breakfast. Saying I'll have cereal and then making a big ol' fat BPn'J is NOT cutting it.

Terri

mauvaisroux
10-30-2002, 08:38 PM
:p It's Wednesday and I have not once eaten at the dining room table this week:rolleyes: Tomorrow I will, I swear! :lol:

ellis
10-30-2002, 09:08 PM
Yeah, sure Mauvais. :lol:

I went to my weight loss course tonight. It was weird. If I lose any weight it'll be purely thanks to self-disipline on my part. Disipline. That doesn't look right. I used to be such a good speller. Dissepline. Dissipline. Disapline. Dicipline. ! Aha!! Dicipline!! No. Discipline. :rolleyes:

mauvaisroux
10-30-2002, 09:12 PM
Ellis-What was so weird about your course?

mauvaisroux
11-03-2002, 09:04 PM
I have been very lax about drinking water this week so that will be this week's commitment for me :)

ellis
11-04-2002, 05:16 PM
Well, we studied the Canada food guide for an hour and a half. The guy leading the course is REALLY sweet, but he's not a very good ummm speaker/leader. I felt like taking over the class and getting the ball rolling. :shrug:
But it should help anyhow.

Ruthxxx
11-04-2002, 06:50 PM
WE should all be committed!

I commit to NOT eating anything at the kitchen table while I wait for dogs to do nighty-night potty! It's such a peaceful and quiet time that I usually have to spoil it by munching something naughty as I read my book! Why should chips or cookies or chocolate be a celebration thing?

Hmmmmmmmmm......Sleepytime tea tonight for sure. I do like that time of the evening - the day is over, the kitchen is clean, DH has made it to bed without falling, tomorrow is organized ....maybe I should take up smoking instead of snacking? Maybe Scotch in the tea?

mauvaisroux
11-04-2002, 10:12 PM
Ruthxx-I am going for the Scotch with the tea over the smoking:smoking:

Ellis-there is not enough to the Canada food guide to study it for an hour and a half :lol: next time just take over the class with your wit and banter-I'm sure it would be way more entertaining with you at the helm!

As for spelling, try having to type out n-e-u-r-o-p-s-y-c-h-i-a-t-r-i-s-t and other assorted medical terms for a letter at work when the spell check wants to argue with you every step of the way :rolleyes: My dictionary is my friend :dizzy: