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I agree with those who say small, achievable goals. Perhaps walk 10 minutes per day and start a streak. The exercise will help reduce stress and help you cope. Choose another little goal. Add one more serving of fruits or veggies a day. Maybe drink one more glass of water each day.
I used to be a big stress eater and then I found when I ate small healthy meals 6 times per day I could manage my hunger. When I wasn't as hungry, I could cope without turning to food a whole lot better. Truly, try eating enough good healthy food and see if the stress eating is much easier to overcome.
It isn't always easy, but it is worth it. Give it a try. You are worth it!!
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Definitely use small achievable goals ie. no pop. When you conquer that move to 8 glasses of water a day etc.
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Start small in your changes so that you don't burn out before you truly have a chance to begin. Changing our habits is something we are all capable of...but I think often times we don't forgive ourselves as easily as we would forgive a friend.
Good luck with your journey and keep us posted on your success!!
Sparkpeople is a good place to start........Good for you for wanting to make a positive turn in your life ! Perhaps you should start by reading some of the motivational articles.......There's a wealthof information here from preparing healthy meals to beginning an exercise program and more...........You ahould also set realistic goals for yourself so you have something to work towards.......Good luck and keep posting with your progress.
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I currently work 12 hour rotating shifts and I have no idea how to eat healthy. I have a stressly job and I am a stress eater.
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