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Deanna

Quick Facts

Favorite Health Food: I like kale salad

Favorite Sinful Food: Hmmm probably Mexican food

My Preferred Method of Exercise: Walking

My Approach to Weight Loss: Calorie counting, small dinner

My Weight Loss Program: I don't follow a program

My Diet Plan: Gluten Free Diet

Fitness/Exercise Apps: MyFitnessPal

Fitness Devices: I don't use a device

DietBet Winnings: $784.82

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+4.7% Since last weigh-in
+4.7% 1-Month Change
+14.6% Lifetime Change

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Staying Conscious
by - 01/27/2016 3:38PM

I have lost and gained weight many times over the years. What I am now realizing is that every time ... Read More ›

J C., Unveiling the RealMe, getnthinr, Stubacca and Aweigh I Go like this blog post.

Rochelle C.

I definitely turn to food for comfort as well! And this was really well put... need to be CONSCIOUS of not only what is affecting me, but the way I choose to deal with it too. I know I've definitely used the "uhhhhg today has just been the worst..." excuse over and over again not thinking about how gaining that weight would make even more "worse days" for me in the future. Horrible cyclical behavior. UHG! I'm hoping to make this same commitment! Conscious living. Conscious eating.

Unveiling the RealMe

Yes - and every setback is an opportunity to learn from it and decide how to handle a similar situation in the future! Great job - awesome!
Every Calorie Counts
by - 01/19/2016 9:14AM

Maybe you didn't make this weigh-in. Maybe you're not quite on track to "win" your diet bet, so you ... Read More ›

getnthinr and Stubacca like this blog post.

Stubacca

Well said Deanna.

getnthinr

Absolutely! I think occasional indulgences are part of "normal" living/eating. It's when we let our appetite or emotions (or both!) get the better of us that we turn those molehills into mountains. Great reminder!