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Old 03-19-2018, 02:56 PM   #1  
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Hi to all the inspiring people on this forum, it seems like such an encouraging place. My goal is simply to make the necessary food choices from now until solstice, hopefully to see the changes I want. Most likely I will read more than I post, I just wanted to write it out somewhere and make myself accountable to doing this. Good wishes to all. Fae.
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Old 03-19-2018, 05:45 PM   #2  
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Hello, SolsticeFae, and welcome to you! A 3 month goal sounds smart, they say it takes about 90 days to make lasting lifestyle changes because that's how long it takes for a change to become a habit, so I think you've got a good idea there!
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Old 03-25-2018, 07:02 AM   #4  
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Thank you Dee and Dorothea for the welcomes. Its been a slow start to getting on board with making the right choices. Being in the middle of a move means I've not had time to get organized just yet. Once the dust settles I can get my kitchen organized and get a routine. In the meantime I'm learning a lot just by reading this forum when I get chance.
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Welcome Solstice. Good luck. I have found writing down everything I eat, right down to one almond really helps me stay on track. Fitbit has a free app - you don't have to have the fitbit to use it to track food and exercise. I love to cook and understand the no kitchen thing - but cutting up lettuce and veggies and roasting chicken doesn't take much.
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