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Huh. Binge-studying... interesting idea. Too bad studying doesn't burn off that many calories.

 

Something I do sometimes, when I can't shake a craving for sweet foods (chocolaaate) is make myself do physical activity to "earn" the treat. Jumping jacks or pushups for a chocolate bar... it works!

 

It helps to have a limit on the total amount of the craved food you're able to earn at one time, though.

 

Plus, I don't know if you could do that at work. :/

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Presea I'm really proud of you to committing to meeting with the counselor every other week! That's really brave and taking the step of regular therapy can be hard, so major kudos!

 

Also really happy to see that you got back on track with a moderate deficit since as we both know going overboard with restriction can just feed the binge cycle.

 

I've found the creative outlet challenge has been a great way for me to deal with my bingeing urges since it satisfies me emotionally and makes me proud of myself.  I know you like cooking but that's still food centered. Do you have something else that you like to create/do? Knitting, painting, drawing, music, writing? If not is there something you've always wanted to do but haven't started? I find it helps my self esteem to work on creative outlet stuff which also helps take away the urge to binge. Just a suggestion. 

 

You are doing an amazing job with this challenge, getting right back to your goals and not letting setbacks define you. You are AWESOME :D

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No, it's all gone.  Someone else ate the last of it.

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Unfortunately, actuaries are required to undergo mind trick immunity training in order to obtain certification.  My brain will never forget the presence of uneaten ice cream.  I do feel the need to rewatch these movies, though :)

 

Huh. Binge-studying... interesting idea. Too bad studying doesn't burn off that many calories.

 

Something I do sometimes, when I can't shake a craving for sweet foods (chocolaaate) is make myself do physical activity to "earn" the treat. Jumping jacks or pushups for a chocolate bar... it works!

 

It helps to have a limit on the total amount of the craved food you're able to earn at one time, though.

 

Plus, I don't know if you could do that at work. :/

Hmm, hmm, yes, activity required to earn treats and limits on the amount of treats seem like very reasonable suggestions.  They both require thinking ahead and willpower and dedication though...which I am sorely lacking in this week.  I'm trying to sort through reflections from my conversation with the therapist and ideas like these to set up a plan of action for my next challenge (or even for the last two weeks of this one, hopefully).  I really want to make defeating my binge demons a focus going forward.  I don't think I can say I've been successful in improving my health and well-being until I am over that hurdle.

 

Presea I'm really proud of you to committing to meeting with the counselor every other week! That's really brave and taking the step of regular therapy can be hard, so major kudos!

 

Also really happy to see that you got back on track with a moderate deficit since as we both know going overboard with restriction can just feed the binge cycle.

 

I've found the creative outlet challenge has been a great way for me to deal with my bingeing urges since it satisfies me emotionally and makes me proud of myself.  I know you like cooking but that's still food centered. Do you have something else that you like to create/do? Knitting, painting, drawing, music, writing? If not is there something you've always wanted to do but haven't started? I find it helps my self esteem to work on creative outlet stuff which also helps take away the urge to binge. Just a suggestion. 

 

You are doing an amazing job with this challenge, getting right back to your goals and not letting setbacks define you. You are AWESOME :D

I am very far from having any creative talents other than cooking/baking.  I think I can use cooking to develop a repetoire of both healthy and satisfying meals that allow me to flex my creative muscles.  However, I do have other hobbies (that don't have 'creativity' as a prerequisite ;)), and the 'homework' the therapist gave me just so happens to be making a list and posting it on my refrigerator at home.  That way, when boredom or stress eating urges strike, I can pick something from that list that I can do as an indulgence rather than indulging in large amounts of food.  Here's what I have so far:

 

-Watch an episode of whatever show it is I'm into at the moment.  Right now it's Full Metal Alchemist (so good!)

-Take a hot bath, or some other self-care

-Play a video game

-Study Japanese

-Read a book

-Stretching/yoga/tai chi - some sort of mind/body thing.  I did a Tai Chi class back in February/March, so I have a little background in that.  I've never gotten into yoga much, but the therapist suggested it as something to feel more grounded/connected to my body

-Declutter - go through an area or group of things and throw out/donate things I don't use anymore, or put things back where they belong

-Sudoku, Majong, Minesweeper, or another game I enjoy

-Take a power nap

-Make coffee or tea

-Go for a short walk

-Talk to my boyfriend about his day, or give a friend or family member a call (I'm very bad at keeping in touch regularly with people I don't see on a regular basis)

-Look up recipes/make grocery list for the next week - use this one with care, as reading recipes sometimes makes me mentally hungry

-Catch up with threads on NerdFitness - reading about and commenting on others' successes and struggles can inspire me to be strong

 

I've also seen some people mention coloring - this might be something I'd enjoy, though it would require me to buy colored pencils and a coloring book.

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Oh yeah. Coffee and tea... like a really yummy, indulgent-feeling one... that can trick your brain into thinking you're giving it a treat when actually there are barely any calories in the cup. :tongue: For teas, I really like Country Passion Peach (or er, something like that) and Good Earth teas, because they both have really delicious flavors on their own, and don't really need to be sweetened.

 

Also, coloring is fun and does not require any "creative talent" (although you're probably more creative than you give yourself credit for!). There are 'adult coloring books' like mandalas and other stuff, but you can also just get a coloring book from the dollar store for a franchise you like... Batman or Pokemon or whatever! :D

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-Watch an episode of whatever show it is I'm into at the moment.  Right now it's Full Metal Alchemist (so good!)

 

Yessss. FMA is so good! Are you watching the original or Brotherhood?

 

That's a really good idea for distracting yourself from cravings. I can definitely imagine myself just clicking on to the next episode and getting lost in the show and forgetting about what I was craving.

 

 

 For teas, I really like Country Passion Peach (or er, something like that) and Good Earth teas, because they both have really delicious flavors on their own, and don't really need to be sweetened.

 

I just tried Country Passion Peach recently and it's soooo yummy~ It's nice and sweet, so it's a good substitute for cravings.

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I'm watching the original, because I decided I wanted to branch out on my anime (ie, something that isn't just rewatching what I used to watch in middle/high school with my sister).  I'm on episode 41, and I think there are 51 in total so I'm closing in on the end.  I'm loving it, so if I can find somewhere to watch brotherhood free then I would like to watch it as well.  I love how Netflix has the option to watch it subbed rather than dubbed, so I can listen to the Japanese and catch words and phrases from my studies.

 

 

Tea!  I haven't tried any Sleepytime teas, but we have a ton right now because my boyfriend loves tea too.  We have some from Ecuador that's sort of a berry flavor, and from here we have a bunch of Bigelow blueberry that's amazing.  I'm also tried a Bigelow vanilla chai that I loved.  I tried buying the chocolate chai this time but don't like it as much.

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I am very far from having any creative talents other than cooking/baking.  I think I can use cooking to develop a repetoire of both healthy and satisfying meals that allow me to flex my creative muscles.  However, I do have other hobbies (that don't have 'creativity' as a prerequisite ;)), and the 'homework' the therapist gave me just so happens to be making a list and posting it on my refrigerator at home.  That way, when boredom or stress eating urges strike, I can pick something from that list that I can do as an indulgence rather than indulging in large amounts of food.  Here's what I have so far:

 

-Watch an episode of whatever show it is I'm into at the moment.  Right now it's Full Metal Alchemist (so good!)

-Take a hot bath, or some other self-care

-Play a video game

-Study Japanese

-Read a book

-Stretching/yoga/tai chi - some sort of mind/body thing.  I did a Tai Chi class back in February/March, so I have a little background in that.  I've never gotten into yoga much, but the therapist suggested it as something to feel more grounded/connected to my body

-Declutter - go through an area or group of things and throw out/donate things I don't use anymore, or put things back where they belong

-Sudoku, Majong, Minesweeper, or another game I enjoy

-Take a power nap

-Make coffee or tea

-Go for a short walk

-Talk to my boyfriend about his day, or give a friend or family member a call (I'm very bad at keeping in touch regularly with people I don't see on a regular basis)

-Look up recipes/make grocery list for the next week - use this one with care, as reading recipes sometimes makes me mentally hungry

-Catch up with threads on NerdFitness - reading about and commenting on others' successes and struggles can inspire me to be strong

 

I've also seen some people mention coloring - this might be something I'd enjoy, though it would require me to buy colored pencils and a coloring book.

I am sure you are more creative than you give yourself credit for! Baking and cooking definitely require creativity! But still, your list looks great and it's awesome that you have a long list you can post on your refrigerator (best spot ever for this kind of list) and see when you are in the mood to stress eat :)

 

I've heard great things about meditative coloring! 

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Unfortunately, actuaries are required to undergo mind trick immunity training in order to obtain certification.  My brain will never forget the presence of uneaten ice cream.  I do feel the need to rewatch these movies, though :)

 

As usual, I'm slow getting caught up with everyone. :D

 

If you do get in a Star Wars mood, give the Machete Order a try.  :)

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As usual, I'm slow getting caught up with everyone. :D

 

If you do get in a Star Wars mood, give the Machete Order a try.  :)

 

I recently did this and really enjoyed it.  I forced LordShello to endure although he doesn't appreciate the Machete order.  

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As usual, I'm slow getting caught up with everyone. :D

 

If you do get in a Star Wars mood, give the Machete Order a try.  :)

Aaaaaaand, what was supposed to be a quick break from work to check NF turned into a half-hour thorough reading of the Machete Order and all its benefits.  Now I just need to find an 8-hour block of free time....

 

 

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I should probably do a challenge update too.  Everything is going well except for eating.  Eating has been the epitome of train wreck.  Yesterday I hit a new all-time high on MFP.  Nothing left to binge on now, thankfully, so hopefully I can get some control back for the remainder of the challenge.

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So, here are the gory details of the past week that I haven't done daily updates for. 

 

Yesterday I finally got back on track eating-wise.  I hope to continue the streak today. 

 

Studying is going very well - I'm pretty much through all of the material for the module, now I need to do the end of module exercise (the only thing that is graded - basically a few case studies that apply the material covered in the module). 

 

Sleep is going so-so - I'm pretty much hitting the 8-hour average goal, but every morning when the alarm goes off I want to keep sleeping, and I'm often yawning during the day.  One factor is that I don't have a sleep tracker, so I'm just tracking the time from when I lay down to go to bed and the time I wake up, with no accounting for how long it takes me to fall asleep or how many times I wake up during the night.  I think maybe next challenge I'll bump up the average goal to 8.5 hours a night to make up for those lost minutes of sleep I'm not accounting for.

 

 

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Glad you got back to good eating today. I'm struggling with good sleep hygiene in a similar way - once I get off track, it's hard to get back to "normal". I'll have a few good days, then relapse again. Having hubby home tomorrow night should help. Maybe tracking your eating publicly again could help you stay on track, due to a sense of accountability?

 

One thing to keep in mind for the sleep: it's been pretty well proven that most humans sleep in 3-hour cycles. If you wake up at the end of the cycle, your mind was close to being awake already, and had no trouble with getting up. But if you're in the deep sleep part of the cycle when your alarm goes off, you're much more likely to feel groggy. The 3-hour cycle seems to be composed of 2 parts, with a "less deep" portion at about the halfway point, so it's easier to wake up on the 1.5 hour mark than the 1 hour mark of a given sleep cycle. If I know I won't be able to get 9 whole hours of sleep, I try to aim for 7.5 hours instead of 8, so I'm not halfway into a deep sleep cycle when the alarm goes off. (How long it takes me to fall asleep is variable, which makes this difficult to time, though.)

 

So you could try actually getting 1/2 less hours of sleep and see if that helps. If you know how long it takes you to fall asleep, normally, that can help with the timing.

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Glad you got back to good eating today. I'm struggling with good sleep hygiene in a similar way - once I get off track, it's hard to get back to "normal". I'll have a few good days, then relapse again. Having hubby home tomorrow night should help. Maybe tracking your eating publicly again could help you stay on track, due to a sense of accountability?

Yes, I definitely want to keep reporting my food intake each day for the sake of accountability.  In addition, I'm going to change how my eating goal is structured for the next challenge.  I've used a deficit goal for pretty much every challenge so far, and I have failed miserably everytime.  Clearly it's time to try something new.

 

 

One thing to keep in mind for the sleep: it's been pretty well proven that most humans sleep in 3-hour cycles. If you wake up at the end of the cycle, your mind was close to being awake already, and had no trouble with getting up. But if you're in the deep sleep part of the cycle when your alarm goes off, you're much more likely to feel groggy. The 3-hour cycle seems to be composed of 2 parts, with a "less deep" portion at about the halfway point, so it's easier to wake up on the 1.5 hour mark than the 1 hour mark of a given sleep cycle. If I know I won't be able to get 9 whole hours of sleep, I try to aim for 7.5 hours instead of 8, so I'm not halfway into a deep sleep cycle when the alarm goes off. (How long it takes me to fall asleep is variable, which makes this difficult to time, though.)

 

So you could try actually getting 1/2 less hours of sleep and see if that helps. If you know how long it takes you to fall asleep, normally, that can help with the timing.

I've heard about the 1.5 hour cycles before, but aiming for 8 was actually taking into account the assumption that between falling asleep and getting up to go to the bathroom once during the night, I would actually be sleeping 7.5 hours.  Since I'm not willing to invest in a more expensive Fitbit with sleep tracking, I don't think I can refine that timing any better than I am now. 

 

Also, it's not so much the desire to keep sleeping when my alarm goes off that makes me want to increase my goal, but rather the fact that I feel sleepy at times during the day.  I wouldn't actually get 8.5 hours every night, I would probably keep getting the 8 I am now (really more like 7.5 as I said above), and then aim for 9.5 (really 9 of actual sleep) on the weekends.  Or, alternatively, a 1.5 hour nap in the afternoon (after work during the week or anytime on the weekend). 

 

I just feel like the overall quantity of sleep is too low, and I also feel that sometimes my brain connects feeling tired with needing to eat, so my hope is to better control hunger with more adequate sleep as well.

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Week 6, Day 3


 


Sleep like Snorlax


9:30 -> 5:30


 


Burn like Ninetails


Breakfast - Green beans, tomato, & pepperjack egg bake


Lunch - Pozole


Afternoon snack - medium green apple w/yoplait light strawberry yogurt (more free food at work)


Dinner - Zucchini Moussaka (yep, made it again because I got another large batch of zucchinis from my dad's garden when I went home over the weekend)


Evening Snack - large golden delicious apple with yogurt (plain lowfat mixed w/collagen powder, pb2, vanilla extract)


Exercise - 20 min walk over lunch; 1 mile walk each way to the tennis courts; very quick match - I didn't need to do much, since my opponent wanted to hit every shot as hard as Serena Williams, so 80% of her shots and serves were in the net or way out.


 


CI: 1816


CO: 2622


deficit: -806


 


Concentrate like Alakazam


Nope.


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Nice deficit yesterday. :)

 

When you have the apples with yogurt, are you dipping them in, or eating it separately? (Just curious!)

The afternoon snack I dipped in the yogurt, then evening snack I chopped up the apple and mixed it in the yogurt.  I decided that the dipping was more fun (reminiscent of dipping apples in caramel), but mixing them in allows for a higher yogurt-to-apple ratio if you need more protein (I don't really like eating yogurt on it's own - I need something with some texture added in). 

 

Just remembered another snack I used to eat - pretzels dipped in vanilla yogurt - they taste like white chocolate covered pretzels, but much less calorie dense.

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Week 6, Day 4


 


Sleep like Snorlax


9:30 -> 7:00 (oops!)


 


Burn like Ninetails - today I was purposefully aiming for maintenance calories


Breakfast - Green beans, tomato, & pepperjack egg bake; 1/2 chicken breast


Lunch - Zucchini Moussaka


Afternoon snack - Green bean, tomato, & pepperjack egg bake


Dinner - Zucchini Moussaka (yep, made it again because I got another large batch of zucchinis from my dad's garden when I went home over the weekend)


Evening Snack - 1/2 cup quick oats w/chocolate pb2, collagen powder, and brown sugar


Exercise - 30 min walk over lunch; tennis match after work, during which I felt super lethargic.  I've decided I need more carbs during my day.


 


CI: 2490


CO: 2781


deficit: -291


 


Concentrate like Alakazam


Nope.


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Stats:     STR: 3.5    DEX: 3    STA: 4    CON: 10    WIS: 8.5    CHA: 5.5


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Don't worry about not meeting all of your goals yet. You should be proud that you have the right mindset for improvement and are planning how to get there. If you're struggling with eating, maybe you can shift your focus away from maintaining a caloric deficit to eating for nutrition (this means whole, real foods and hardly any gluten or sugar). Don't deprive yourself, but make sure you're treating your body with love and care. Here are some helpful resources I've used:

 

Sexy by Nature book: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1628600152/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=1628600152&linkCode=as2&tag=palforwom-20&linkId=VCAILPYY5HJCJM72

 

The Paleo Women Podcast: http://paleoforwomen.com/category/podcast/

 

BexLife meditation videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/genghisgirl/videos

 

Best of luck fellow Rebel--you got this! ;P

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The weekend was excellent for sleep, and crappy for my other goals. 

 

Friday I ate about maintenance.  Saturday I spent all morning/early afternoon preparing lots of good food for my birthday celebration lunch (birthday was on Tuesday, but weekday birthday celebrations generally get moved to the following weekend).  I made shrimp ceviche, parrillada (grilled steak, pork chops, chicken sausages, portobella mushrooms, and potatoes) w/ chimichurri and coleslaw, and an apple crispy cobbler (this recipe, but with apples instead of peaches and with apple pie spices added in the filling).  Then my boyfriend and his parents went to a family friend's house for a barbecue, and I was left all alone.  Time which I promptly spent binging while finishing up FMA on netflix.  So Saturday was bleh food-wise, but I recovered nicely on Sunday.  We went to the state fair, at which I managed to not eat anything.  I had a nice bowl of pozole before leaving, just brought an apple for a snack, and had zucchini moussaka when I got home, followed by some leftover apple crisp cobbler.

 

This morning I had my second session with the therapist about my binge eating.  She gave me a lot to think about - we are working towards discovering the source of my binge eating and what I could do to instead.

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Happy birthday Presea! Hope you have a day that's as wonderful as you are :)

 

That's so great that you're making progress with your counselor on the binge eating! Major kudos!

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Happy birthday! To me, it sounds like you're doing pretty well!

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