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TASHASWH SparkPoints: (16,735)
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6/26/12 4:09 P

I am the same way I can do really good while I am at work but when I get home it is like ohh food. And I eat and eat and eat. I have to start finding things to do to not eat so much in the evening.

JIBBIE49 Posts: 56,755
6/26/12 3:17 P

The trouble with night eating is it shows up the next day. LOL



WVBETH Posts: 51
5/20/12 6:34 P

Those are my triggers as well...maybe you could spend your evening time researching/planning something fun to do when your daughter returns?

AMYB1985 SparkPoints: (17,312)
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5/20/12 5:35 P

These are two of my BIGGEST pitfalls as well! It is so frustrating to have a great relationship with food all day and then munch my way through the whole kitchen at night. I have made it two nights in a row with no mindless/bored eating at night.

We can do this!

MELINDAKAYE2 SparkPoints: (8,018)
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5/3/12 12:22 P

I have always been an emotional eater or a bored eater. I'm finding it hard since my daughter is gone for a couple of weeks to not get into that habit at night. emoticon

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