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A general pondering.
5 months ago. Thu 23 May 2019 12:12:18 AM IDT

im considering creating a routine myself, but i could do with some advice 

for a while now i don't eat as i don't realise im hungry but then it takes about two hours to decide what to cook ...eyeroll... 

This sort if goes for a few things at the moment and i seem to be very indecisive so im thinking if i make my own routine it might help. 

some advice would be appreciated thanks. 

Jaz13​(sub male) - I wish I knew how to help...unfortunately, I do not.I will give my love and support any time you need it though
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Thanks. I was thinking a routine might help, its sticking to it tho 🤣
5 months ago
Phanes57​(dom male) - A daily schedule rose?
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Yeah, i prefer a routine i keep missing things and the realising at around midnight. Then not sleeping until 4am
5 months ago
Morley​(sub female){MaxSterne} - I believe there are some really good apps (free even) to keep a schedule/routine for you and send you reminders and keep you accountable. You can out in meals, workouts, sleep, social time, work etc.... I don't know one off the top of my head at the moment... But if I come across one, I will be sure to send you a link. This is a great idea for you right now ❤️💋❤️
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Thanks lovely, i didn't know that existed. It will come in really handy xx
5 months ago
Bunnie - An awesome sub put me onto a good one called Jorte... it has become my second best friend lol.
5 months ago
Phanes57​(dom male) - Depending on your phone service, normally there is a scheduler on in the play store that I use for scheduling things. It came with the phone apps. You can go ahead and plan your day and set alarms and reminders even advance
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Im wondering how i didn't know that these planning apps existed, its the reminders that will help. 😊
5 months ago
Phanes57​(dom male) - you can set the reminders, hours, days, week in advance
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Thanks, that will help with the food thing, i just don't get hungry. I feel faint instead and then its not a good idea to cook because i feel faint
5 months ago
Morley​(sub female){MaxSterne} - Also be sure to have a supplement always on hand. Here (in Canada) they are called "Boost" or "Ensure" they are drinks (https://ensure.ca/en) lots of vitamins and stuff, usually for elders that can't eat... But they are good for someone like you who "forgets". Make sure you get your nutrients. ❤️❤️❤️
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Smoothies are handy at times, its not the same thing but i get what your saying
5 months ago
hisgoodbunny​(sub female){Darth} - You should eat before you feel hungry or faint. Set up the timers, it will take time for it to become routine without reminders. Keep small snacks that can be kept on the counter for if you do forget and feel faint. Just try not to get to that point.
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - It's really not intentional its so warm im not feeling hungry so trying to work with it. X
5 months ago
hisgoodbunny​(sub female){Darth} - I didn't take care of myself for most of 15 years. I just learned to eat breakfast last summer. I have oatmeal every morning. Every day. Yes sounds redundant but it works for me. I also have the protein shakes around because with my schedule I cant always tell when I can even get to the store. It's just remembering and setting reminders to eat shortly after getting up, eat a small lunch and dinner. Cheese cubed up is a great snack, so are the veggies, carrots, celery, broccoli, a spoon of peanut butter or any other nut butter, sun butter is great too its made with sunflower seeds. My go to a lot of times is a generic quesadilla just a tortilla with very little butter on it butter down in skillet cheese of choice another tortilla very little butter again butter up. flip can't get much more simple that that and its not junk or sugar. You need to learn to give yourself a break. You keep beating yourself up of this stuff and your young. I'm old enough to be your mother and I'm just learning a lot of this stuff. The sooner you learn the better off you will be. Definitely don't stop asking people for advice. It's how one learns. You know my mailbox is always open to you.
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Thanks lovely.
5 months ago
MasterBrads painpet​(sub female){OWNED} - The google play has good schedule apps. As far as eating I feel you. Days I just don't want to eat. But I find cereal, soups, sandwich, or keep carrotts/celery in a container of water or even boiled eggs if you like them for protein. Iys something in your tummy. Don't forget to drink your water too.
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Getting into a routine will help, its so warm im not realising im hungry or haven't eaten, when it gets cooler i realise very quickly lol x
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - I think I've worked it out on an app yay will find out tomorrow.
5 months ago
Justme26 - Is this caused by a health condition or. . . not? I have more or less the same problem but caused by a chronic health condition (well, more than one).
5 months ago
Hangman​(dom male) - If you currently have a Dom (or when you get one, if not) discuss this with them. The keeping of a good journal to be sent to your Dom on a regular basis could be helpful
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Update. I worked it out with the app and calendar yay.
5 months ago
hisgoodbunny​(sub female){Darth} - Good for you. Happy for you.
5 months ago
rosethorn​(sub female) - Thanks, its come in handy
5 months ago

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