Bring Out The True You In 2022

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Bring Out The True You In 2022

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Otonye B.

01/07/2022 6:49PM
  • Welp. I was doing fairly well with my food intake these past couple of days, i even created a hardy soup for our first official snow day today - see pic below. Then after shovelling snow i gave into my mental desire for a treat...kinder bueno chocolate. Sigh. All that to say, i will need to start fresh tomorrow and hope i didnt completely erase the last few days when i step on the scale tomorrow.

    if you have tips for stress management while losing weight, please share. I have one week left till i return to work from a long maternity leave. And as much as i love teaching, one of the classes is completely new to me and i am no where near prepared (starting to feel the pressure)

    Have a good night!

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Jac L

Shoveling is a workout!! I’d want that chocolate too :joy: stress management is tough for me too.. I think taking any time I can to prepare food helps me, like making double lunch to not think about it the next day and trust I’m good to go.. Sometimes I take days off weighing myself if I didn’t sleep well or had a frazzled day and then come back to the scale when I feel more level headed. Giving ourselves grace during the process seems to be the hardest part some days

Joan R.

Tips for stress management during weight loss? #1 Remember that food is for nourishment and is NEVER a means to reduce stress, unless you are legitimately hungry. #2 Prioritize what absolutely needs to be done for your first day back and focus on getting those things done. #3 Ask for help. My daughter is a teacher and just went through the same thing with a new class. I helped her set up her classroom. Is there someone who can help? It's such a big job! :heart: Blessings to you this school year!

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