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Most of the day was at the museum, moving display boards and cases - so fairly hectic. Coffee, lunch and tea times involved the biscuit tin - but I told everyone to shout at me if my hand wandered anywhere near, so I just drank my ginger and lemon tea
I enjoyed my meal in the evening - carefully calorie-counted, of course! And now I'm on my 'normal' day before I do it all again - this time involving a pilates...
There is a vast amount of baking/food preparation in my home and sizeable food stores, @Sassy1. Somehow, I never think of it as 'mine' (as in, a food option from which I should select my day's menu).Sassy1 wrote: Do you have any (other) tips for how you have been able to eat in moderation, particularly when you do have a large supply of whatever food it is in the house?
A lot of it is stored in boxes and what I can't see, doesn't call to me. If I have something that my DH can't stop eating then I will freeze or dehydrate it: if it's not suited to this then the item is portioned up and distributed to neighbours/family/colleagues/sports club, after he's had an appropriate portion.
I know that I notionally have the freedom to eat anything that I want and this might help me not to experience a sense of deprivation or restriction. Most of the time I choose not to eat items...
The smallest I've ever been is 58 kilos. People commented that I was too thin but according to all the "experts", that is still on the heavy side. I'm just going to keep going until I feel sexy... skinny doesn't appeal to me at all but let's see...
So now I am back on track. Today is my fasting day, the first in more than one week, I hope I can keep it all day long, tomorrow I have decided to make a low calorie days as well, like 1000 cals.. Hope it will get me back..