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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
PostPosted: 10 Apr 2016, 00:33 
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I love my Fitbit but hadn't realised that my sleeping was so disturbed until I started tracking it!


Apparently I was awake 4 times and restless 17 the other night.


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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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I had an odd one one day where my Fitbit thought I was asleep at work!

Have you found the new '250 steps an hour' function?


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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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I can't wear mine overnight - or, indeed, on my left arm.

Still liking it, though.


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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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I had to buy new clothes over the weekend as I've dropped a clothes size!! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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I had to buy new clothes over the weekend as I've dropped a clothes size!! :D


Brilliant - very well done!


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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
PostPosted: 18 Apr 2016, 21:43 
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Well done!

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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Well done!! :D


I've fallen right off the healthy eating wagon- I need to get myself motivated again...

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
PostPosted: 03 May 2016, 15:25 
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Interesting article here

Rather worrying yet in some ways quite comforting at the same time ...!

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
PostPosted: 03 May 2016, 15:58 
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I've read stuff on that idea before... I find it a bit depressing, really. But at least it's an explanation! Perhaps one day they'll come up with a solution to that as well.

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
PostPosted: 03 May 2016, 16:04 
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Yes, I nearly said depressing above rather than worrying. We do like to think we're in control, don't we - well I do anyway! - and the thought that we can't do anything about it is a bit depressing.

But it does absolve us from 'blame' which may be a good frame of mind to try and get into...

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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It's certainly a good idea to get away from "blame" and indeed the idea that food is in any way a moral issue of good and bad....

Fascinating article which depressingly explains a lot....heigh ho.

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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I agree about the 'blame' thing. Changing attitudes towards overweightness in our culture would help too. I know it's unhealthy as well, but a terrifying number of people genuinely feel shamed into trying to lose weight or stay thin.

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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My problem at the moment is that I can't seem to get myself organised. I'm not overeating so much as not eating a good balanced diet.


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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
PostPosted: 11 Jun 2016, 08:18 
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Will someone please tell me to get my act together? I've put on weight in 2 successive weeks for the first time since November. Admittedly only a pound each week, but, although I thought I behaved OK last week, I really asked for it this week. I make food plans and have good intentions, but find it hard to stick to them after a bad day. I need to lose weight pre holiday as a matter of urgency!

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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I hear you Alison!

After thinking I'd lost weight, which I had, but not as much as I thought, for the scales were out :( by ten pounds! I felt mortified, my mum said I'd probably weighed more than I thought...so I gave up and although some things that I cut down on stayed.
I've just come back from my holidays and I know that I need to cut down again after the amount of lovely food I've eaten :( I need to get into it again!

We now have new scales :)

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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Can I get some moral support for braving swimming tonight please? I've been getting progressively unfitter and unhealthier since leaving uni, where I lived near the fitness centre and was comfortable going there, but since moving back home my social anxiety issues have held me back from both swimming and the gym. I really need to do something about my fitness, and have almost managed to work myself up to going swimming today, but I may need a little push at the eleventh hour!

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
PostPosted: 14 Jun 2016, 21:33 
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Hope it went well.

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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Very well thanks; I managed to make it into the pool without a panic attack, and after powering through a horrific stitch got a decent amount of lengths done. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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Well done, Rietta!

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Eating Support Group #4
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Thanks, Abi! :)

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