Me + Boredom = Eating

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Those of us that are trying to lose weight are usually told to try and think of triggers that could be causing our weight gain so we know how to try and plan for when these things happen and stand up to it head on.

I have always thought that my biggest problem is that I eat when I’m bored. Today I have had massive proof of that being exactly the case.

Today I had a day off work, in the past this would end up in no ends of eating stuff I shouldn’t be. Snacking in front of the TV and not really having proper meals because I “can’t be bothered” to cook something.

However, today has been different. Today I have been doing my new addiction/hobby. Keeping my hands and mind busy on other things. I skipped breakfast and just had a mid morning hifi bar to tie me over as I woke up late. Then I had a proper lunch of cod, homemade potato wedges and veg. This is all I have eaten today. I haven’t felt the need to raid the cupboards or the fridge. I even have biscuits in my flat at the moment and I haven’t touched those either.
Tomorrow I go back to work and the normal routine and I just know that I will be wanting to munch all day.
Not only is this proof that I eat when I’m bored. It’s proof that my job is not what I should be doing as it’s not stimulating enough for me.
I am going to take lots of fruit etc with me in preparation to the snack monster attack. Let’s hope I can stick to that and don’t wander off to purchase something.

Does anyone else get the munchies when their bored? How do you combat it?

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One thought on “Me + Boredom = Eating

    advocare distributor said:
    June 3, 2014 at 5:10 am

    Boredom is a tough one and you are not alone on that. At least (minus the biscuits) you are only keeping fruits and veggies to snack on. Just keep in mind any dips that may be wrench in the plan.

    You can be successful with the plan, just keep your mind on the goal.

    Regards,
    Clifford Mitchem
    Advocare Distributor
    Nutrition + Fitness = Health
    http://www.AdvoCare.com/13087657

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