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THISISMYTIME123 SparkPoints: (13,691)
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6/6/12 12:48 P

woo hooo!!!

CUECKER SparkPoints: (150,137)
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6/6/12 10:04 A

That is a small step, but a big deal - congrats!

STARMINER62 SparkPoints: (2,280)
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6/6/12 6:38 A

Since the small changes that stick are what willl give us longterm success, I think that was a BIG win.

I work night shift, and our secretary suplies us with candy all night. I did take one little 10g Krackle bar, but that is it.


IGSBETH SparkPoints: (168,154)
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6/5/12 3:19 P


MCFHARPIST SparkPoints: (49,459)
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6/5/12 3:13 P

When I say "no" I use the same technique as FITBODME. I visualize and imagine. It almost always works. I am so proud of myself in the morning if I have resisted food the night before. I am instantly in a good mood! My reward: I get to eat an awesome breakfast!! Oh yeah!

Spark On!

ELISELOVE1 Posts: 6,342
6/5/12 1:51 P


6/5/12 1:25 P

emoticon Every "no" is big to me! I have a roommate who is a tooth pick and has so much junk food in the cupboards. i try to have tunnel vision when it comes to opening those doors lol. I have a designated shelf for me alone so i can stare straight eye level. hehe
You did a awesome thing and every little no counts to the big picture. emoticon emoticon

Edited by: ARAYA_SUNSHINE at: 6/5/2012 (13:27)
MAGGIEVAN SparkPoints: (203,961)
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6/5/12 12:55 A

Fantastic! Congrats. All the little things ad up. Way to go!

LOVEXAVIE SparkPoints: (40,807)
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6/4/12 9:06 P

Way to go, SAXYSAI!
And in my book, it's a BIG DEAL and you DID IT!!!
So proud of you!

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FITBODME SparkPoints: (0)
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6/4/12 3:42 P

It may be small step, but the calories you saved are huge! I kept craving an alcoholic drink yesterday, especially toward the evening so I "could sleep better". I kept saying "no" and just imagined all of the carbs I wasn't going to drink and the weight I was going to lose. It worked and I slept fine. I was also craving a cigarette, but that's another story (I said no again)

03BFISCHER SparkPoints: (31,856)
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6/4/12 2:54 P

Super Fantastic!!! That is what it takes, small changes lead to big results. One decision at a time, one meal at a time, one day at a time, one week at a time!


ELISELOVE1 Posts: 6,342
6/4/12 2:25 P


TAMPATINK67 Posts: 3,800
6/4/12 12:24 P

Awesome - some times it's one day at a time, others it's one hour or moment at a time!

NSTARSMITH Posts: 3,650
6/4/12 11:51 A

Yeah, it is a small victory but that is exactly what the Spark approach is all about: small, achievable goals, small victories building up, one on the other, to create momentum. You keep making the healthy choices! Spark ON!

SAXYSAI Posts: 664
6/4/12 11:48 A

I'm like most of y'all, struggled with my weight going up and down, and also struggling with eating just to eat.

About an hour ago I had picked up the can of Pringles from the cupboard, and then I told myself, "no, I'm not going to eat those." and ate a pear instead.

I know that is little, but it's a big deal to me--it's the first time in a while I've had the power to just say NO!

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