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Old 06-11-2014, 05:09 AM   #91
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Diet Coaches/Buddies – Finally got it together to get myself to a gym class, CREDIT moi, after several weeks away with various legitimate body excuses. Felt really good marching down the stairs until . . . until . . . I saw that the treadmills weren't where they usually were. In fact they were gone. Which wasn't so odd when I noticed that the weight rack was also gone. No mirrors, no rubber mats covering the floor. The gate was open so it was possible to walk about. I felt like that scene in the movies where the spouse arrives home to find he's been abandoned. On the wall was a single page apologizing for the abrupt decision to close with an address to request a refund or to use any remaining paid time at a specified company who had bought the contracts. That company has a facility about 12 miles away, one about three miles away, and one less than a block away! Good news! I walked to my new gym and worked out alone, happy to chat with one of the regulars I've known from before. Such drama for a simple workout. Later took a bike ride to enjoy the warm-but-not-hot day.

Food was only OK, CREDIT moi for that much. I ate too many chips with the 13 bean soup for dinner. I was eating alone, reading a book, serving myself straight from the bag - three unusual things. Not hard to see what I have to do to fix that. Today's the day to increment the counters in my signature, CREDIT moi. Weight is up two pounds for a month of sitting about chomping cough drops instead of exercising. Those will have to be faced down.


onebyone – LOL at monochrome onebyone. T-shirts are a great way to add some color since they frequently go on sale around here in BRIGHT RED. Terrific to focus on your moments of beauty and realize that you're still there. Keep the faith.

Joy (gardenerjoy) – Kudos for "precisely 6 tortilla chips" - just what I needed to do last night and didn't. Sending supportive thoughts as you face finding a new doctor after 29 years and have to relive that defining moment in your life.

CeeJay - Wonking stream of Sabotaging Thoughts all in my gulp! Kudos for seeing through them all for an on-plan day.

Cheryl (GosfordGirl) – Signing the paperwork to sell your house is a big deal - Kudos for moving forward in life. Yay for having a sister who'll keep your dogs for a few weeks.

maryann - Love the analogy that we have to "constantly adjust east or west" to find our way home. Had to google to find the Helix machine on YouTube. From that video I note that all Helix users are: young, female, gorgeous, toned, and trim. What's not to like?

nationalparker – Do learn how to leave food on your plate at a restaurant and then teach me since I still struggle with that one.

Tricia (AZtricia) - Wow! 110 miles chauffeuring in one day - you need a license, LOL. Super Kudos for 2 hours in front of breads without nibbling.

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Old 06-11-2014, 09:42 AM   #92
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I contacted my GP and he gave a recommendation for a new woman's doctor (a woman this time -- I didn't really take any time to make the decision the first time and have often thought that, if I had, I might have gone with a female doctor). I'll make the call today and see if that will work. Accepting and moving on helps.

Thanks, AZtricia, for the link to the Beck blog post. For some reason, it never occurred to me that I could make a list of Advantages (or Disadvantages) to work with for a week. That could work for me!

onebyone: I think it's a super idea to put your own structure on the green book to make it work better. You might also think about skipping a few things that you've done before and remember the experience. I didn't repeat the hunger experiment when I read the second Beck book. I remembered that it reinforced "Hunger is not an emergency" and the memory was enough.

BillBlueEyes: Wow! That's quite a surprise to walk into an empty gym. That could be sad, but how cool that the new facility is only a block away. Funny that you get the generic page when they could have just drawn an arrow -- One Block This Way.
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Good Morning, Coaches.

Credit for lots of Beck skills being used yesterday. OP all day. I knew my body would start to go through withdrawal from the seven big allergens again: wheat, eggs, dairy, corn, soy, artificial sweetener, peanuts. I have been back eating them again in amounts that are not ok rationalizing that they were listed on my diet plan. But I know better now about what my body needs to stay at maintenance. So yesterday I mentally talked back to the cravings, "Welcome, I knew you would be here. I'm glad because the sooner I get to endure you without giving in, the sooner I will be free of you." I know this because within a week of abstinence last time, I was on a roll.

Pilates done. Helped DS practice putting down and setting up his tent for (drum roll) Boy Scout camp next week. I am working through the anxiety of letting my baby boy go. I know he will do fine but it is still tough. Credit for not eating through the anxiety.



Gardenerjoy: I have been experiencing lately the grief of letting "defining moments of my life" go. There are few people left in my AA meetings who knew me when I was new. It makes me feel a little afraid (undefined) to be the oldest generation in recovery.

AZTricia: I had an 80 mile day in the car until 8:00 last night. It was a miracle I stayed OP. I told myself that extra food would not bring me home any faster.

Ceejay: Congrats for closing the kitchen. An important tool.

onebyone: I much prefer the pink book over the green as well.

GosfordGirl: Selling a house is big stuff indeed.Are you planning on buying another house after you retire?

BBE: What the YouTube video no doubt left out was the incredibly sore muscles the Helix produces two days later. Ouch!

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Old 06-11-2014, 07:27 PM   #94
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I feel as if it's my Friday, with taking off for vacation tomorrow. Mostly packed up; easy to do for a beach vacay. Hoping for good weather, but we'll have a great time regardless. Finished up a project at work today, so I felt as if I did a good bit at work in three days this week.

Disordered thinking: AGAIN DH washed and dried capris that I didn't want dried. So of course, I know they won't fit. And as a result, I know I gained weight because they won't fit. So nothing else that I wanted to bring will fit. ARGH. Weighed this morning and under ticker weight. Huh? So rewashing the capris and will stretch them out and line dry and move on.

Food today has been okay and I'm aiming to eat what I want and skipping what I don't want on the trip. I often find myself choosing a healthier meal and then still splurging on something that I TRULY want ... and had i just gone with that, I'd have made out better. We'll see how this plan works. No laughing. Breakfast will be in room with fruit and cereal and not an issue at all. Lunches, too, should be fine.
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Old 06-11-2014, 08:48 PM   #95
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Mostly OP today (20 calories over due to a bigger than expected piece of salmon). Running the boys to a summer game night, then will pick up some fresh apricots and apples at a local "farm." Then to the library to pick up reserves for middle ds that keep on arriving.

Hmmm I know this against the policy of some here, and don't know if I agree with Beck completely. I think Dr. Yani's policy is best...if you decide it is worth the calories, take the smallest amount that will satisfy you.
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Response: Just because I don’t come in contact with this food often, doesn’t mean I couldn’t seek it out; there is almost no food that I couldn’t buy or make 365 days a year. I don’t need to overdo it now because I can ALWAYS get it again. Besides, if I overeat, it will ruin the pleasure of having it because I’ll feel guilty.
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Wishing you a great time at the beach.

maryann Kudos for staying OP during your travel day. Love your attitude toward cravings - awesome!!

gardenerjoy I like having a female doctor. Hoping this works for you.

BillBlueEyes What a shock to find your gym empty. Huge kudos for not allowing the surprise to derail your exercise!

Cheryl/GosfordGirl Best of luck with the home sale. Wishing you a nice quiet break the rest of the week. Kudos for reaching your goal for activity.

onebyone Hang in there!

CeeJay Awesome re-direct and resisting sabotaging thoughts.
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Old 06-11-2014, 09:34 PM   #96
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Hello Coaches,

I was very happy to see a pound gone this morning. Today has been on plan and I am determined to stay on plan tomorrow night at the hotel. I have all the food I need for tomorrow packed up to go and have a plan for Friday.

Hope everyone has a good night and I will check back in with you on Friday.

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Still not doing great but getting better and feeling the desire to apply myself again to work towards health and weight loss. I had to order an extended bath seat for my mom and got it cheapest on Amazon (what don't they have?) and took the opportunity to order books. One by a printmaker I am rapidly becoming very fond of and who greatly inspires me and the other book something to help me turn myself around with food and feelings that derail me so often and so easily. I am trying The Overeater's Journal: exercises for the heart, mind and soul by Debbie Danowski PhD.

The first thing in the book is a blank food plan form. This page is called What Did I Eat Today and you make copies to fill out daily. You list your planned food and changes you may have made then you answer these questions:

How do I feel about my food choices today?
What, if anything, would I change?
If I plan to change things, what action can I take immediately to begin?

I think this can help me focus.

I'll start the food planning tomorrow and start the next journal question tomorrow.

I was writing about my food today and discovered I need to make it my job to lose weight. Like think of it that way that this is what I am doing right now. For me I understand this kind of task oriented focus.I'm feeling good about this restart.

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Today (and last night) was a bit of a disaster with food. I ordered a small pizza for dinner and ate half - I also ate ice cream. I rarely eat these sorts of foods. I was going to throw out the other half especially given the Beck reading yesterday but I ate some of it for morning tea while I was struggling with the conveyancing paperwork (no excuses there really). I did throw out some of it. I then took myself out to the shops at 1 pm and had fish and chips! Also don't really do that either. I think it is holiday madness and I have to get a grip. Not sure what to have for dinner because I don't really want to think about that. I do need to get back on track and take the time and as onebyone says - make it one of my jobs, one of my essentials every day, no excuses even on holidays. So tomorrow morning I will get organised before I go out for lunch and look at the menu online and make a plan for the day

BillBE - Gee - you're only away a few weeks and they close the gym! Good they had made arrangements to transfer your membership. Have been in a gym that closed and the alternate they gave didn't exist! Yay that it is so close although you seemed to like the walk. Bummer that your weight is up at the moment but you have a plan and can exercise again

Gardenerjoy - A female specialist sounds like a good break with tradition and with moving on.

Maryann - Interesting that cravings and dealing with them are familiar territory. Luck with riding out the withdrawals from all those food toxins - have to do it myself this week.

Nationalparker - Credit for realising your behaviour when eating to plan in the face of multiple temptations. I look forward to a report on it goes on vacation

Tricia - Thanks for posting Wednesday Sabotage. I don't think it is diametrically opposed to DF and Freidhoff - in fact Beck is talking about "overdo"ing and "overeat"ing not avoiding the desired "rare treat" so I think they can live happily together. I think Friedhoff would say having more than the smallest amount that would satisfy, or not trying to determine what that is, would be overeating? I enjoyed reading the blog post this morning

CeeJay - Congrats on a pound down - good for you. Credit for planning one of your challenging hotel stays

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I was writing about my food today and discovered I need to make it my job to lose weight.
It makes me think that I am not really taking it seriously at the moment.

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- Weighed myself
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Diet Coaches/Buddies – Left two chunks of potato on my plate from dinner at home, CREDIT moi. Seems that potato is one food that I'm consistent at being willing to leave on my plate. It will be an earthquake when I leave a chunk of meat - even a fatty meat - without putting it in a plastic container in the fridge. Food was on plan for the day. In the Book Reviews thread of our Beck Forum I posted my thoughts about the new book, Thinfluence by Walter C. Willett, Malissa Wood, and Dan Childs. It contains useful notions about responding to the influences around us - often Beck-like.

Exercise was two walks, CREDIT moi, and a bike ride to a garden center to get four foot bamboo stakes to hold up DW's peonies; they've outgrown their three foot plant stem supports and DW wasn't willing to pay the tripled price for the four foot ones. (I'd ordered flower clips from Amazon which she'd never heard of and they're just what she needed.) I firmly attached the four foot stakes in my backpack to ride home. My mind didn't remember the extra height and twice I thwacked a low branch while riding under it. It could easily have knocked me off my bike. Bamboo stakes and flower clips will keep those peonies upright with their huge blossoms.


onebyone – Clear decision here, "I need to make it my job to lose weight," Kudos for seeing that.

Joy (gardenerjoy) – Love this, "Accepting and moving on helps."

CeeJay - Goodbye pound. Yay for food all packed up for your hotel stay. Are you always traveling to the same hotel?

Cheryl (GosfordGirl) – Ouch for "conveyancing paperwork" and "holiday madness." May you find strategies to deal with both. (Need help understanding "mullet sky at sunset.")

maryann - Neat idea to accept that the cravings would be arriving and to welcome them. Supportive thoughts for letting your DD go to summer camp with its implication that he won't stay a little boy forever.

nationalparker – Waving back toward your beach - enjoy that vacation. Thanks for the thoughts about choosing "something that I TRULY want" in moderation rather than face craving it afterward.

Tricia (AZtricia) - LOL at a flood of books arriving at the library for your middle DS like Mickey Mouse's pails of water. It is interesting that there's a tension between excuses for eating food declared rare vs. cravings that arise from avoiding truly desired food as nationalparker just discussed. I think I've worked both sides of that street over the years.

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Since the beginning of this week, you've been planning what you're going to eat before you eat it. Do you wonder, Why can't I just eat when I'm hungry and stop eating once I'm full?

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Hi Coaches!

I procrastinated on some internet business and it bit me back this morning. Connections have been spotty and it took me an hour to do what should have taken 5 minutes. Fortunately, it finally happened since one was our monthly payroll deposit toIRS. They don't forgive and it turns into one big mess. Thank goodness it's done and I won't procrastinate this again. Credit.

The project is finished, except for a small bedroom which still houses some tools/supplies. I do still have a few little niggles to work out.

Food has been good, even though I have had to make some spontaneous choices. Credit. I encouraged DH to sample at Costco yesterday and didn't endulge...even though a bratwurst sample was calling my name.

yesterday morning I found myself thinking ahead regarding our trip to KeyWest a week from Monday. I am not going to bring VitaMix since the b&b has fresh organic fruit juices and an array of healthy items. I think I will, instead bring my own sprouted bread, which will make other items less tempting. Other than breakfast, all selections for meals will be out of my control. This will be my last visit there and I will be thoughtful and moderate. I'm grateful my Beckbrain kicks into gear ahead of time. It really helps me and I know that my daily routine is what helps me the most.

I have a plan for today and need to get going...work calls very soon. I had hoped to post some project pictures but that will wait.

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Official weigh-in today: 277.6 *credit for weighing in*

Read ARC cards today and have committed to:
eating no takeout today
cooking from scratch
closing the kitchen at 8pm
no seconds
no sugar today
doing the next journal exercise in The Overeater's Journal
planting my garden plants today = planned activity

on the sidebar of my page here there is an ad for Jenny Craig showing Kirstie Alley in it. What? Thought she had her own line of weightloss stuff? I remember reading she was miffed that Valerie Bertinelli got all that press about how amazing she looked after JC a few years back. And seems to me she got sued for her weightloss products, either their guarantee or their ingredients or both. Can't remember but a big failure. Maybe she ate over her feelings after that and had to try again.
It just struck me that I wouldn't want to be her.
Also strikes me that I wouldn't make a great weightloss ad right now either that's for sure. Some of you other guys here would make a pretty good one though IMHO.

But I digress. I'm about to go to the studio and finish painting and then sealing that gate. Yay! Will be thrilled to have that done. I am anxious to get back to my own projects and to really get into them. Equally excited to see the gate go up too!

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Today is a quieter day, hurray. Allergies are awful and I wish it would rain to clear the air. Everyone was tired from last night out late in the heat and had a slow start, but an ok day. OP today.

Think Thin Thursday Tip:
If you think, “It’s not fair I can’t eat whatever I want (and other people can),” remind yourself that either way it’s unfair. Either you face unfairness by limiting your eating, or you face all the unfairnesses and hardships that come with being overweight. Besides, it’s a common misconception that other people can eat whatever they want and it’s HIGHLY likely that they’re limiting themselves, too.

**TTTT response = I struggled with the fact my boys (including the 8 year old) regularly eat more than I should. It doesn't seem fair that someone 1/4 my size can take in more calories and be thin. But I have to remind myself that growing boys eat more than non-growing mom's (or mom's who don't want their circumference to be their only growing part!) AND that kiddos who swim 5 hours a week need more calories than moms who walk 30 min/day AND males in general need more calories than females AND they lucked out w/ dh's metabolism (family of skinny people!) not my side where everyone is obese....and I'm happy for them about that. SO, I eat less and keep tracking and someday I'll be thinner.

CeeJay Kudos for the pound gone and determination to stay OP!

onebyone Your newly ordered journal sounds awesome. Hope it works for keeping you on the track you want to follow. Great list/commitments.

Cheryl/GosfordGirl Oh the vacation challenges. I hope you can find something special to relax and enjoy your time while staying healthy in your eating. I think you are right about the Wed. Sabotage, thanks for clarifying it to me.

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Thanks for the book review. Yikes for riding with those long stakes, I'm glad you ended up safe.

Debbie/Lexxiss Hurray for done with tax for the month and good food choices. Do you sprout your own flour?
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Very strange day today - my mom passed away early this morning and found that out while waiting to board a flight after we missed our original flight due to a series of oddball circumstances in the initial trip for the vacation. I've missed a flight now twice in my lifetime ... this never happens, but it's wonderful that it did. Things have just been strange but now home with my father and family and DH is with me.
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Wow, nationalparker, what a day you must have had. I remember that all the bits and pieces that it takes to get where you need to go are a distraction that can be welcome in its way. Good for you for getting it done. Take care of your self at this time. Hugs!
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Today is the full moon of Saka Dawa - the 15th lunar day of the 4th lunar month of the Tibetan Calendar (13th June this year).

Another vacation day where food not optimal - next time I am not going on vacation until I have planned everything out.

Did some reading this morning about "Do you really believe you can change" and it was interesting - somewhat about self efficacy (which I hadn't really spent a lot of time thinking about in this context). The idea that "It’s the belief that you have what it takes to show up for yourself on a daily basis, accomplish the task you’ve set out to do and let the momentum take you to levels of health you desperately want or maybe can’t even envision yet." I liked that - to show up for yourself - no one else.

The paper then asked the questions: "At the end of the day, there’s this nagging old voice in the back of our minds asking if we really have it in us to thrive. The question isn’t so much 'Can I achieve this?' as much as it is 'Can I show up for this?' It’s an inquiry into both willingness and readiness. What’s blocking either or both of those elements"

I liked the old but paraphrased "If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always had." I need to find a better script and take responsibility for showing up for myself for what is necessary to get it done

BillBE - I read your book review yesterday and forgot to mention it - it looks like a good book thanks. I of course went and looked it up and decided not yet. You bike ride with bamboo stakes seems scary so glad you survived it! [I got my fish mixed up - not mullet but mackerel - don't like mullet but do like mackerel so that should help me remember. The evening was gorgeous with the full moon rising and the clouds (which look like fish scales) were pink and beautiful]

Debbie (Lexxis) - Yay for finishing the project except for small issues.Avoiding samples is difficult so credit to you. Key West looks pretty cool! I am finding it difficult at the moment precisely because I have no usual routine - no work, no dog carer responsibilities etc, so food is not good. I need to create a routine to get by

Onebyone - great list of credits and glad you checked in. Hope you got to the studio and got the gate sorted so you can move on

Tricia - Thanks for TTTT - and I had to LOL at your feelings towards being surrounded by little food burning boys - you're right - it just doesn't seem fair but like your attitude that that is how it is

Nationalparker - gee what a day - glad you are where you need to be and hope all is well. Sending hugs and supportive thoughts

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