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Jett

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  • Birthday 06/06/1990

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  1. Well, if you're going to be making and eating cookie dough anyway, maybe accept that and prepare for it? You could make a recipe like this one: https://beamingbaker.com/5-ingredient-chocolate-chip-cookie-dough-bites-recipe-vegan-gluten-free-dairy-free-refined-sugar-free/ (Obviously, if you're able to eat gluten and aren't vegan, then you don't have to make them with gluten-free flour or vegan chocolate or whatever.) I know that, personally, if I made a big batch of cookie balls one night and ate them in the afternoons for the next 2-3 days, I'd feel much better about myself th
  2. Oh dear, I have the exact same problem. I don't know that it's a good solution, but I've started eating parts of my lunch as "snacks" while I work, so that I'm at least not ravenous when I finally take a break.
  3. Dried fruit! Alternatively, individually wrapped items can be harder to plow through if you make a rule about taking one out of the package at at time. So there's the buffer of "get up, go get another wrapped snack, unwrap it" between eating each one.
  4. How do you measuring "surviving"? Is it a project or a set of steps to get through? Or a set period of time to survive?
  5. I had my wife do an experiment with this type of thinking. We bought a LOT of cookies (like, three packages, 60+ cookies) and I told her to go for it, the only rule is that she has to eat them mindfully. (In other words, focusing on the cookies' taste, texture, etc, and not doing anything else at all while eating them.) The end result of that experiment was, "This type of cookie isn't actually all that nice. It's got a weird aftertaste and the only thing I really like is the texture." We also discovered that a lot of the reason she was going for snack foods was because she was hungry and wante
  6. 5/17 7:30 AM: Wake up. Turn on sun lamp. 8:15 AM: 3x5 day B 9:00 AM: Breakfast, then leave for work. 1:00 PM: Lunch 6:30 PM: Head home (arrive ~7:15) 7:30 PM: Eat dinner 8:00 PM: Free time (TV, hobbies, art, gaming) - use blue light blocking glasses 9:45 PM: Take melatonin. Get ready for bed. 10:30 PM: Bed time. Hydration: [================]D Nutrition:
  7. I definitely need more sleep. I'm probably getting to sleep around 1-2 AM right now, and trying to wake up at 7:30. But I've mostly been sleeping in until almost 9. So I guess that means I need a minimum of 7.5 hours, which sounds about right....
  8. 5/16 7:30 AM: Wake up. Turn on sun lamp. 8:15 AM: exercise 9:00 AM: Breakfast, then leave for work. 1:00 PM: Lunch 6:30 PM: Head home (arrive ~7:15) 7:30 PM: Eat dinner 8:00 PM: Free time (TV, hobbies, art, gaming) - use blue light blocking glasses 9:45 PM: Take melatonin. Get ready for bed. 10:30 PM: Bed time. Hydration: [================]D Nutrition: O O I accidentally turned off my alarm this morning (instead of snoozing it) and slept until 9:15. Then I woke up very pleasantly and feeling rested. Of course, now I'm re
  9. 5/15 7:30 AM: Wake up. Turn on sun lamp. 8:15 AM: 3x5 day A 9:00 AM: Breakfast, then leave for work. 1:00 PM: Lunch 6:30 PM: Head home (arrive ~7:15) 7:30 PM: Eat dinner 8:00 PM: Free time (TV, hobbies, art, gaming) - use blue light blocking glasses 9:45 PM: Take melatonin. Get ready for bed. 10:30 PM: Bed time. Hydration: [================]D Nutrition: O O
  10. 5/14 7:30 AM: Wake up. Turn on sun lamp. 8:15 AM: walk? 9:00 AM: Breakfast, then leave for work. 1:00 PM: Lunch 6:30 PM: Head home (arrive ~7:15) 7:30 PM: Eat dinner 8:00 PM: Free time (TV, hobbies, art, gaming) - use blue light blocking glasses 9:45 PM: Take melatonin. Get ready for bed. 10:30 PM: Bed time. Hydration: [================]D Nutrition: O O
  11. 5/13 7:30 AM: Wake up. Turn on sun lamp. 8:15 AM: 3x5 day B 9:00 AM: Breakfast, then leave for work. 1:00 PM: Lunch 6:30 PM: Head home (arrive ~7:15) 7:30 PM: Eat dinner 8:00 PM: Free time (TV, hobbies, art, gaming) - use blue light blocking glasses 9:45 PM: Take melatonin. Get ready for bed. 10:30 PM: Bed time. Hydration: [================]D Nutrition: O O O
  12. Good way of looking at it! You've given enough; the rest isn't your problem anymore. (Or at least... it shouldn't be...)
  13. But... if you're taller, of course you weigh more. Fatness has nothing to do with it, it's just pure physics. A taller person shouldn't weigh in the same range as a shorter person. What an unfortunate comment that they made, that stuck with you all these years.
  14. 5/10 7:30 AM: Wake up. Turn on sun lamp. 8:15 AM: walk 9:00 AM: Breakfast, then leave for work. 1:00 PM: Lunch 6:30 PM: Head home (arrive ~7:15) 7:30 PM: Eat dinner 8:00 PM: Free time (TV, hobbies, art, gaming) - use blue light blocking glasses 9:45 PM: Take melatonin. Get ready for bed. 10:30 PM: Bed time. Hydration: [================]D Nutrition: O O
  15. I'm just not using them because I don't think to. I'm supposed to use them when looking at a screen after 8pm, to avoid blue wavelengths of light. If I'm just reading or something then it's fine, but I've been mostly watching youtube videos until almost 10pm without them. So... it's an area that could see some improvement, to be sure. Maybe I should put them by the media computer instead of by my bed.
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