Tag Archives: ” eating large

Holiday food log days 14-15: Eating large

You may have noticed by now that even when I’m not on a binge, I eat A LOT. Scaling back to tiny portions is something I’ve never managed to master. It’s literally easier for me to fast than to be … Continue reading

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A ‘sustainable living’ stepping stone

In this week’s News-Sentinel column I talked about moving past “eating large” as a weight-control tool and learning to eat less to support a more sustainable lifestyle. One of the questions I’ve been considering: Is my signature voluminous plate of stir-fried … Continue reading

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The 2-week countdown

After 3 ½ months in the Wells Weighs In contest — with just two weeks to go — Colleen has finally found a vegetable she likes. Sort of. I’d forgotten all about those frozen cheesy cauliflower packets that are just … Continue reading

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At Dairy Queen, 2+2=1

Tuesdays are the day I let myself indulge a bit, so when we saw it was Dairy Queen’s last half-price sale of the winter, the kids and I decided to stop for a small treat. I was going to get … Continue reading

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My eating “bible”

If I were marooned on a desert island and could pick only one book on eating to sustain me for the rest of my days, it would be “Eating Thin for Life” by Anne M. Fletcher. Fletcher is a registered … Continue reading

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