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tuchler814

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Posted: 26 Jan 2009, 01:07
I came to school doing GREAT, kept up all my good eating/workout habits, and the occasional slip didn't cause me issues. However, as the semester went on and my stress levels skyrocketed, my eating habits plummeted. I eat whatever I want now, and am up about 10 pounds from summer Sad

I really need to figure out how to get back on track, because I know I have done it before, but I just can't seem to make myself. Any suggestions?
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Sweetalot

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Posted: 27 Jan 2009, 09:45
You need to organize your daily routine because if you don't, the 10 lbs you already gained won't be the only ones you pack on. You can't do everything all at once but packing a healthy lunch and snacks to take with you during the day will help. Take the time to eat properly and exercise [even if all you do is in 10 minutes increments spread through the day] - it will keep you sane as you study and also help to keep your stress levels down.
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