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In Which I Start To Recognise Bad Habits

A vlog in which I talk about recognising that I’m slipping back into bad habits: not tracking for a day led into not tracking for three or four days. Putting one bag of crisps into my cart in Tesco on Saturday led to checking out with THREE bags of crisps in my cart – and having none of them left by today!

But also, by noticing these things, I’ve been able to notice other things, too, which is good.

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  1. I’m the same as you – I feel compelled to finish the whole packet of some foods, no matter what the size. This applies to chips/crisps, chocolate, biscuits, icecream, pizza etc but not to things like a container of salad or tuna etc. Basically high carb, processed foods. I will say though that since I started WW and am eating a lot of veggies ,that as long as I continue to eat healthily I do not experience the cravings for sweets that I used to. However if I feel too lazy to cook or go to the supermarket it’s very easy to fall back into bad habits but I’m definitely finally realising the destructive patterns I get in to.

    In the January 2016 Australian WW magazine there is a 62 yo lady who lost 100 kgs in only 15 months by following the WW pro points diet. I’m hoping to use her story to keep me inspired.

    How are you finding the new WW smart points program?

    Merry Christmas and best wishes for a happy and healthy 2016.

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