Feeling Full

9 Sep

I’ve just had my supper.  And I feel full, but too full. I really don’t like this feeling now.  I do however know where I’ve gone wrong, it’s actually David Walliams fault!  I was watching his Thames swim on the TV while eating and I forgot to do my crucial thing, stopping at about 2/3rd of the way through and seeing if I am full, but being distracted meant I just kept on eating until my bowl was empty.  It wasn’t a massive meal but obviously now it was a bit too big.

Walliams Thames Swim-04

Image by FlickrDelusions via Flickr

Now I feel full and uncomfortable.

So I continue to learn and I’m sharing with you that even after all this time, I still need sometimes to remind myself of what feeling full is like so I pay more attention!   But as I’ve mentioned before I’m not going to beat myself up about it – firstly, it was a healthy meal and secondly it doesn’t happen that often anymore and I’ve recognised it.

Oh and sponsor David, he’s a real trooper, he’s not a sportsman, he didn’t even really do that much exercise when he was younger but he’s showing that at 40 you can still achieve what feels unachievable!

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One Response to “Feeling Full”

  1. Tickateeboo September 17, 2011 at 12:04 pm #

    That trick of stopping 2/3 of the way through is a good one…I’m going to try that. I agree – that Walliams is showing us all up – 150 mile swim…amazing.

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