Pop Culture & Food/Diet Channel
Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-22 00:57:11
ID: 57355
In response to a confession. Totally agree with you, but I eat healthy probably 95% of the time, plus exercise. So on holidays I eat what I want, but just for one meal. I'm not passing up the good stuff for mainly veggies, I can do that every other day of the year. The trick is getting back on track the next morning, and it has never affected my weight loss. But yeah, some people use the whole holiday season to gorge uncontrollablly.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-22 00:06:32
ID: 57347
I'm always baffled by people who claim that they just can't eat healthy during the holidays. I might indulge in a cookie or piece of pie, but just because it's Thanksgiving doesn't mean I get a hall pass. I load up on turkey and vegetables and then take small portions of things I love, like mashed potatoes or macaroni and cheese. If you want to stick to your diet, you will. If not, you'll find a lame excuse to overindulge. At the end of the day, only one person is in control of what I put in my mouth. Me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-21 01:45:45
ID: 57348
Binged on college women's volleyball this weekend. I played a little in HS and intramura one seasonl in college (where we on the championship!). Fun watching it again!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-21 00:28:56
ID: 57345
I did WW online and on my own entirely because I did not want to go to a group and be weighed in front of people. I also sort of created some of my own rules about things and did things a bit my own way so I could make the plan more sustainable. If you're scared of a big commitment, maybe try something you can do more on your own and go online for support.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-20 21:46:04
ID: 57344
In response to a confession. Agree 100%! Temptation will always be there, no matter where you're at. And if I recall, didn't the OP say there was also a veggie tray and hardboiled eggs? Those aren't bad options.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-20 20:45:47
ID: 57342
You know what bugs me probably more than it should? When magazines "compare" two types of Halloween candy and tell you which one is "healthier". I'm sorry, but I'm not picking my candy based on how healthy it is. I mean, sure, candy corn has less fat than a Reese's, but it's nasty and I'll take a Reese's any day. Ok, rant over.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-20 20:23:32
ID: 57337
I know this sounds a bit harsh, but I'll say it anyway: Suck it up, Buttercup--temptations like big work lunch spreads are always, always going to be there. Snacks, candy, even chocolate Twinkies will always be around when you're trying to eat clean/eat fewer carbs/etc. You have to learn to adjust to them being in your environment. Pick the best choices from what's available and learn the art of turning down goodies. If you want to keep weight off long-term, learning strategies to survive in situations like this is critical.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-20 02:55:14
ID: 57328
I've started taking BodyPump classes at 24 Hour Fitness. Even if I arrive 10-15 mins early, I'm annoyed that the back row is ALWAYS taken first.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-18 23:34:08
ID: 57307
Holy shit RUN to the movies and see A Star is Born. Amazing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-18 17:25:50
ID: 57302
Going through stuff my kids left in my house when they moved and I found a big stack of hardcover Harry Potter books. Every single one of them is there. And I'm seriously thinking of starting at the beginning and just reading all of them. Either that, or I might get the Song of Ice and Fire books and just devour them all. Real books, made of paper.
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