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Eyes down for week 3

by Bobshouse on 12 May 2014, 06:02

So, 16:8 is a doddle. Not like dieting at all. If I miss eating my breakfast ( my favourite meal) I can have it for lunch within the eating window. I probably ate too much still but it cannot be as much as I would have eaten in a full day. I just love this. Obviously I have yet to weigh before I know if it is working but that is not due until next weekend. I have to keep control of that though or the scales will rule my life. It is like an ephinany, that may seem over the top to some, but I am in control at last. Me, not weight watchers, but me making my own decisions on what I eat,
So today, I am happy starting my third week of 4:3 and I will do 16:8 on the in between days and I know I can do it. That is powerful stuff.

In for repair Monday, Wednesday and Friday
learning to love life as it is
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