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08 Jun 12 at 11 pm

I love Pittsburgh

I love Pittsburgh
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30 May 12 at 5 pm

thefitty:

healthiie:

  • When you’re hungry, EAT.

Restricting yourself too much can lead to a binge. If you’re feeling hungry (not bored) you should eat. Have a glass of water with a fruit or a handful of nuts.

  • Eat slowly

It takes about 20 minutes for your body to tell your brain that you’re full and to stop eating. When you eat slowly, you’re eating less between when you become full and when your brain knows it.

  • Drink water first

2 glasses of water before a meal makes you feel fuller. Studies show that those who drink water before meals lost more weight.

  • Tell pushy bitches to calm down

We all have that friend who insists that you eat that 2nd helping. A firm “No, seriously.” or a “Whyyyy must you try to sabotage my good eating? I don’t want it” with a smile will shut them up.

  • Use smaller plates

Trick yourself into thinking you’re eating more by using a smaller plate.

  • Put away leftovers before sitting down to your meal

As soon as you’re done cooking, put everything you dont plan on eating away. That way, there’s less temptation to head back for seconds. This works at restaurants too! Bring your own tupperware or ask for a box when your food arrives. Put what you don’t plan on eating away before you take your first bite.

  • Focus on your food

Sit down with just your food. Don’t watch TV and dont scroll through tumblr. You’re less likely to realize how much you’ve eaten or if you’re full when your mind is busy elsewhere.

  • Cant control it? Don’t buy it.

If you have a certain food (like icecream, lord help me) that you can’t control yourself around - don’t buy it. You cant eat what isn’t in your house! If you’re dying it, call someone up and go out for it. That way you can plan how much and what you’re going to eat beforehand, and you’re more likely to make better choices about what you get (ie, a single scoop of sorbet vs. a pint of phish food)

  • Relax first

Incorporate some yoga or meditation into your day. Keeping yourself relaxed will help with stress eating. (Plus yoga helps with literally everything, ok?)

  • Forgive yourself

If you had a shitty night food-wise (or day, or week, or month. whatever) FORGIVE YOURSELF and move on. Don’t keep eating badly because you think you’ve ruined it. The sooner you go back to eating right, the better. Read this and keep moving forward toward your goal.

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thefitty:

healthiie:

When you’re hungry, EAT.
Restricting yourself too much can lead to a binge. If you’re feeling hungry (not bored) you should eat. Have a glass of water with a fruit or a handful of nuts.
Eat slowly
It takes about 20 minutes for your body to tell your brain that you’re full and to stop eating. When you eat slowly, you’re eating less between when you become full and when your brain knows it.
Drink water first
2 glasses of water before a meal makes you feel fuller. Studies show that those who drink water before meals lost more weight.
Tell pushy bitches to calm down
We all have that friend who insists that you eat that 2nd helping. A firm “No, seriously.” or a “Whyyyy must you try to sabotage my good eating? I don’t want it” with a smile will shut them up.
Use smaller plates
Trick yourself into thinking you’re eating more by using a smaller plate.
Put away leftovers before sitting down to your meal
As soon as you’re done cooking, put everything you dont plan on eating away. That way, there’s less temptation to head back for seconds. This works at restaurants too! Bring your own tupperware or ask for a box when your food arrives. Put what you don’t plan on eating away before you take your first bite.
Focus on your food
Sit down with just your food. Don’t watch TV and dont scroll through tumblr. You’re less likely to realize how much you’ve eaten or if you’re full when your mind is busy elsewhere.
Cant control it? Don’t buy it.
If you have a certain food (like icecream, lord help me) that you can’t control yourself around - don’t buy it. You cant eat what isn’t in your house! If you’re dying it, call someone up and go out for it. That way you can plan how much and what you’re going to eat beforehand, and you’re more likely to make better choices about what you get (ie, a single scoop of sorbet vs. a pint of phish food)
Relax first
Incorporate some yoga or meditation into your day. Keeping yourself relaxed will help with stress eating. (Plus yoga helps with literally everything, ok?)
Forgive yourself
If you had a shitty night food-wise (or day, or week, or month. whatever) FORGIVE YOURSELF and move on. Don’t keep eating badly because you think you’ve ruined it. The sooner you go back to eating right, the better. Read this and keep moving forward toward your goal.


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28 May 12 at 8 pm

skinnierbythesecond:

healthy weight-loss blog who follows back

skinnierbythesecond:

healthy weight-loss blog who follows back
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28 May 12 at 12 pm

Julia Quinn, To Sir Phillip, With Love (via sorakeem)

(Source: simply-quotes, via likethemountvins)

"Don’t settle. Know what you want and reach for it. And if you don’t know what you want, be patient. The answers will come to you in time, and you may find that your heart’s desire has been right under your nose all the while."


28 May 12 at 12 pm

Today’s lunch: vanilla yogurt, banana, strawberries, raspberries, blue berries, and granola. Yum!

Today’s lunch: vanilla yogurt, banana, strawberries, raspberries, blue berries, and granola. Yum!