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    you're not binging (even after the money discussion!), you're full, and you're losing weight...win, win, win so far!!

    Money, raising the kids, sex, that is pretty much the list of things DH and I don't agree on. Everything else is trivial at most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demuralist View Post
    A friend who is a cardiologist once told me that even the people who survive massive painful heart attacks cannot use the fear of a repeat (or of dying from it) as a motivator to correct behavior.

    Gotta feed the body, and then the mind, fear is not sustainable in the way that nurture is.

    So don't be so hard on yourself. It is just a puzzle (like an algebra test question) that you have not figured out the answer to yet.
    Great input sistah!

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    sometimes I have those moments Just wish I was better at following my own advice!

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    Wt. 220.2 -.2. 3 days binge free

    After an exhausting day yesterday, we went out to dinner. I had one of applebees under 500 cal dinners. For dessert, my husband ordered 2 desserts for the five of us to share. I did have some ice cream and chocolate lava cake, but there was no urge to binge afterwards. Usually giving in to temptation sets me off.

    FYI I notice that I can no longer access MDA around 6 am as I have in the past. I guess this is due to site maintenence. On school days, this means that I will not be able to post until 10:30.

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    Hooray for binge free days. I am not quite there yet.

    Edit: i want a metal detector too!!

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    I'm almost scared to ask -- what do you ladies plan to do with a metal detector?

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    Look for coins and artifacts. On my property, we have several blue stone quarries which were mined in the 1700s to build the stone houses on our road. Those working men might have dropped stuff. Later, I will ask permission of the stone house neighbors to search their properties.

    As a historian, I love this stuff. It is a treasure hunt, much like genealogy. You find things, research the history and preserve it.

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    On the metal detector...I will tell you that my sister's boyfriend has one, it is a very expensive one. So when we were down there in May, we went down to the beach and the kids were using it to find treasure. It did not work as you would hope, there were many false positives, lots of digging and it telling us there was precious metal of one kind or another, none of it proved to be truly there. We have actually had 3 in total, each one progressively more expensive, never found anything. I would do a massive amount of research, and look for used ones on ebay. They have been very disappointing for us.

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    Thanks Chris,
    I already did a ton of research. The one I plan to purchase is # 2 on the list of the top 10 for beginners. It has the approval of my friend who has been doing this for years. The total cost will be about $250 with all accessories except a pinpointer. It is a hobby that takes lots of patience.
    My area is good for relics and coins due to the early settlement and multiple colonial battles fought in the area.

    I hear beach hunting is hard due to the high mineral content of the sand.

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    My first home in Boise was built in 1906. A man searching for treasures with his metal detector found a penny dated 1906 in the front yard. I always wondered if the coin was dropped during construction by one of the workers. He put the penny in a coin keeper and gave it to me. I kept for many years, then sold it on ebay.
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    my motivation

    I'm doing this because I'm worth it - because I'm worthy - because I love myself.

    Goals: Healthy mind, healthy body, happy soul.

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