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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Nope, no need for it really. Heaps of resources online if you need them.

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    Same here. It's such a simple concept I don't see the need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    Same here. It's such a simple concept I don't see the need.
    Same. No book here either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twolittlemunchkins View Post
    I'm struggling today. It's 9:45am and I'm starving. Been up since 4.45am and both kids are being full on and stressing me out. It's raining and a public holiday today so not much we can do
    So far I've had a 60cal coffee when I got up and nothing else yet. I want to hold out and have lunch around 1pm. Not sure how that's going to work today. Time to make a tea.
    Oh that sucks Can you have something small just to take the hunger away a bit? Or even a tea?

    If it's a really bad day you can always eat normally and have a fasting day tomorrow instead. xx

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    I have my first horse show in 4 years this weekend. Haven't been on the circuit since I had a really bad fall in 2010. Dragged my gear out of storage last night, and can JUST do it up, lol! At least my helmet hasn't got too tight, haha!

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    I'm struggling to eat good on feast days. I'm on school holidays so lots of outings!
    Once I'm back at work (3 days per week) , I'm sure it will be easier!

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    Hi ladies. I'm doing my first fast day today and am completely amazed that I'm only just beginning to struggle. I am really not a person who can deal with hunger but I have only just felt the need to go get a celery stick to keep me going. I have had 3 coffees (I know I know but I'm addicted and will tackle one thing at a time!) and a banana about an hour ago, and aside from that I've had about half a slice of watermelon. I have drunk a ton of water and soda water but that's normal for me anyway. How is everyone else going?

    I'm going to make a spinach chicken and almond salad for dinner and try and pig out on the spinach leaves so I don't feel hungry and then I might have some jelly.

    Ps I am 175 and 75 kgs.

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    First fast day today and not going too bad I guess. So far today I've had;
    Jarrah coffee (59 cals) for morning coffee.
    Lunch was 1 serving of baked beans (101 cals) with a diet coke
    Afternoon snack just then was 100 gms of rock melon (29 cals)
    Dinner will be veggies and a small portion of chicken.
    Seems like I should be able to keep this up hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jade24 View Post
    Oh that sucks Can you have something small just to take the hunger away a bit? Or even a tea?

    If it's a really bad day you can always eat normally and have a fasting day tomorrow instead. xx
    Yeah I decided to just eat normal today and fast tomorrow and Thursday instead. Too stressful being stuck inside with a fridge full of food and 2 crazy kids. Tomorrow will be nice and sunny so will take the boys for a nice long walk and play at the park

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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleflowers View Post
    Do all you ladies have the book....???

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    I bought it as an ibook

    eTA
    It isn't needed really, as it is such a simple concept and there are great forums available where you can voice questions.
    I bought it as it went into the nitty gritty and studies behind/science behind it, and I like reading that stuff.
    Last edited by moongazer; 29-09-2014 at 18:56.

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    Dinner: zoodles or zucchini noodles (116 cals).

    Probably doesn't look that great but is yummo.

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