off to work early

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by Anglea Woollcom, Feb 6, 2004.

  1. I'm off to work early tonight. Wish me luck. I'm gonna need it. No donuts, no donuts, no donuts.
    I'll just keep telling myself that. well have a good night everyone and will report in tomorrow
    morning at about 7 20 or so give or take a few mins

    angie start march 15 2003
    152.5/ 135/130/125current/116 goal weight restart feb 1 2004 here for life hopefully blog
    http://hopingtolose10.tripod.com/hopingtolose10/
     
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  2. Thotful560

    Thotful560 Guest

    Angie, I hear you on the donuts. I am a cook and seeing/smelling the food and watching everyone eat
    can be crazy-making!!

    I try to plan my meals and snacks now so that I have a healthier alternative already on hand..so my
    advice to you is to bring your own low points snacks, pre-made and ready to eat... This way when the
    donuts at work sing that siren song you can pull out the lowfat yogurt (or fruit salad or cheese
    sticks...etc) and avoid temptation!

    Make sure you get your fruits and vegetables....many are filling and low points no matter which
    points plan you are following. Good luck! Teresa
     
  3. I'd have to quit my job if I worked at Tim Hortons. Their donuts are just too good! Good luck not
    eating any.

    Brenda

    "Anglea Woollcombe" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > I'm off to work early tonight. Wish me luck. I'm gonna need it. No donuts, no donuts, no donuts.
    > I'll just keep telling myself that. well have a good night everyone and will report in tomorrow
    > morning at about 7 20 or so
    give
    > or take a few mins
    >
    > angie start march 15 2003
    > 152.5/ 135/130/125current/116 goal weight restart feb 1 2004 here for life hopefully blog
    > http://hopingtolose10.tripod.com/hopingtolose10/
     
  4. Connie

    Connie Guest

    Good idea, Teresa!!

    Connie

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    Cheers,

    Connie Walsh

    241.5/205.5/155 RAFL 210.5/205.5/198.5

    Thotful560 wrote:
    > Angie, I hear you on the donuts. I am a cook and seeing/smelling the food and watching everyone
    > eat can be crazy-making!!
    >
    > I try to plan my meals and snacks now so that I have a healthier alternative already on hand..so
    > my advice to you is to bring your own low points snacks, pre-made and ready to eat... This way
    > when the donuts at work sing that siren song you can pull out the lowfat yogurt (or fruit salad or
    > cheese sticks...etc) and avoid temptation!
    >
    > Make sure you get your fruits and vegetables....many are filling and low points no matter which
    > points plan you are following. Good luck! Teresa
     
  5. happy to report that i have not had a donut in two nights. i didn't even have a muffin. i had chilli
    and a tea biscut for my dinner because i didn't have time before i left for work. i'm off now till
    friday night. i'm getting better.

    angie thank again for the advice guys and girls.
    152.5/135/130/125current/116???????final goal weight???? fingures are crossed ******** "Thotful560"
    <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    m26.aol.com...
    > Angie, I hear you on the donuts. I am a cook and seeing/smelling the food and watching everyone
    > eat can be crazy-making!!
    >
    > I try to plan my meals and snacks now so that I have a healthier
    alternative
    > already on hand..so my advice to you is to bring your own low points
    snacks,
    > pre-made and ready to eat... This way when the donuts at work sing that siren song you can pull
    > out the lowfat yogurt (or fruit salad or cheese sticks...etc) and avoid
    temptation!
    >
    > Make sure you get your fruits and vegetables....many are filling and low
    points
    > no matter which points plan you are following. Good luck! Teresa
     
  6. Laura

    Laura Guest

    Better yet. Bring your own dinner to work. No sense in being tempted all the time with all of the
    food available for free. Just cus it is free does not mean that you HAVE to eat it, right? Sometimes
    avoidance works better than willpower.

    "Thotful560" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    m26.aol.com...
    > Angie, I hear you on the donuts. I am a cook and seeing/smelling the food and watching everyone
    > eat can be crazy-making!!
    >
    > I try to plan my meals and snacks now so that I have a healthier
    alternative
    > already on hand..so my advice to you is to bring your own low points
    snacks,
    > pre-made and ready to eat... This way when the donuts at work sing that siren song you can pull
    > out the lowfat yogurt (or fruit salad or cheese sticks...etc) and avoid
    temptation!
    >
    > Make sure you get your fruits and vegetables....many are filling and low
    points
    > no matter which points plan you are following. Good luck! Teresa
     
  7. it is a very good idea. i will try it when i go back to work on fri night thanks for ur help. any
    more would be greatful angie
    152.5/135/130/125current/116?????final goal?????? figures are crossed****** "Connie"
    <[email protected]_primus.ca> wrote in message news:[email protected]_primus.ca...
    > Good idea, Teresa!!
    >
    > Connie
    >
    > --
    >
    > Cheers,
    >
    > Connie Walsh
    >
    > 241.5/205.5/155 RAFL 210.5/205.5/198.5
    >
    > Thotful560 wrote:
    > > Angie, I hear you on the donuts. I am a cook and seeing/smelling the food and watching everyone
    > > eat can
    be
    > > crazy-making!!
    > >
    > > I try to plan my meals and snacks now so that I have a healthier
    alternative
    > > already on hand..so my advice to you is to bring your own low points
    snacks,
    > > pre-made and ready to eat... This way when the donuts at work sing that siren song you can
    > > pull out
    the
    > > lowfat yogurt (or fruit salad or cheese sticks...etc) and avoid
    temptation!
    > >
    > > Make sure you get your fruits and vegetables....many are filling and low
    points
    > > no matter which points plan you are following. Good luck! Teresa
    >
     
  8. Connie

    Connie Guest

    Yay Angie!!! Go Angie!!! Go Angie!!

    Connie

    Anglea Woollcombe wrote:
    > happy to report that i have not had a donut in two nights. i didn't even have a muffin. i had
    > chilli and a tea biscut for my dinner because i didn't have time before i left for work. i'm off
    > now till friday night. i'm getting better.
    >
    > angie thank again for the advice guys and girls.
    > 152.5/135/130/125current/116???????final goal weight???? fingures are crossed ********
    > "Thotful560" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > m26.aol.com...
    >
    >>Angie, I hear you on the donuts. I am a cook and seeing/smelling the food and watching everyone
    >>eat can be crazy-making!!
    >>
    >>I try to plan my meals and snacks now so that I have a healthier
    >
    > alternative
    >
    >>already on hand..so my advice to you is to bring your own low points
    >
    > snacks,
    >
    >>pre-made and ready to eat... This way when the donuts at work sing that siren song you can pull
    >>out the lowfat yogurt (or fruit salad or cheese sticks...etc) and avoid
    >
    > temptation!
    >
    >>Make sure you get your fruits and vegetables....many are filling and low
    >
    > points
    >
    >>no matter which points plan you are following. Good luck! Teresa
    >>
    >
    >
    >

    --

    Cheers,

    Connie Walsh

    241.5/205.5/155 RAFL 210.5/205.5/198.5
     
  9. and the best part is you are doing better each try so you KNOW you WILL get
    there, Lee
    Anglea Woollcombe <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]...
    > happy to report that i have not had a donut in two nights. i didn't even have a muffin. i had
    > chilli and a tea biscut for my dinner because i
    didn't
    > have time before i left for work. i'm off now till friday night. i'm
    getting
    > better.
    >
    > angie thank again for the advice guys and girls.
    > 152.5/135/130/125current/116???????final goal weight???? fingures are crossed ********
    > "Thotful560" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > m26.aol.com...
    > > Angie, I hear you on the donuts. I am a cook and seeing/smelling the food and watching everyone
    > > eat can
    be
    > > crazy-making!!
    > >
    > > I try to plan my meals and snacks now so that I have a healthier
    > alternative
    > > already on hand..so my advice to you is to bring your own low points
    > snacks,
    > > pre-made and ready to eat... This way when the donuts at work sing that siren song you can
    > > pull out
    the
    > > lowfat yogurt (or fruit salad or cheese sticks...etc) and avoid
    > temptation!
    > >
    > > Make sure you get your fruits and vegetables....many are filling and low
    > points
    > > no matter which points plan you are following. Good luck! Teresa
    >
     
  10. You are indeed getting better. Good for you.

    Prairie Roots On Wed, 4 Feb 2004 08:12:47 -0500, "Anglea Woollcombe"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >happy to report that i have not had a donut in two nights. i didn't even have a muffin. i had
    >chilli and a tea biscut for my dinner because i didn't have time before i left for work. i'm off
    >now till friday night. i'm getting better.
    >
    >angie thank again for the advice guys and girls.
    >152.5/135/130/125current/116???????final goal weight???? fingures are crossed ******** "Thotful560"
    > <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > m26.aol.com...
    >> Angie, I hear you on the donuts. I am a cook and seeing/smelling the food and watching everyone
    >> eat can be crazy-making!!
    >>
    >> I try to plan my meals and snacks now so that I have a healthier
    >alternative
    >> already on hand..so my advice to you is to bring your own low points
    >snacks,
    >> pre-made and ready to eat... This way when the donuts at work sing that siren song you can pull
    >> out the lowfat yogurt (or fruit salad or cheese sticks...etc) and avoid
    >temptation!
    >>
    >> Make sure you get your fruits and vegetables....many are filling and low
    >points
    >> no matter which points plan you are following. Good luck! Teresa
    >
     
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