Episode 72: Making Time For You

Posted by on Apr 2, 2010 in Honeymoon Period, Long Term, Reviews

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In Episode 72 our “I Freakin Did It” involves a Manatee. Are you setting time aside to do things for you? Are you drinking alcohol after weight loss surgery? It could be more problematic then you think. And a web site that has more than a years worth of recipes for your Crock Pot.


  • This weeks “I Freakin Did It” is SkinnyPanda, she went Manatee watching.
  • Do you set time aside in your daily schedule for you?
  • To increase your happiness you may need to find more time for you.
  • You may find that making time for you may help you lose weight as well.
  • Make YOU first on your schedule.
  • Make a list of the things you want to do.
  • You can make more time for you by being less of a perfectionist.
  • We share a couple scenarios of some not so good outcomes of drinking after weight loss surgery.
  • Can bariatric surgery alter the way your body absorbs, or metabolizes, alcohol?
  • We give you some stats from a Bariatric Times article from 2009.
  • We also look at a study from Great Britain that shows a higher level of alcohol absorption in gastric bypass patients.
  • We take a look at a website that is loaded with recipes for your Crock Pot.


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2 Responses to “Episode 72: Making Time For You”

  1. YourWLBuddy says:

    Just last night, I had a half of a pint of beer before dinner out and started driving over an hour later. I was literally driving in the middle of the road and had to pull over and let someone else take over. I have never drove when “buzzed” in my life so it kinda freaks me out. Warning to all – be very careful!

  2. T2Nashville says:

    Just caught up watching this one. It was on Good Friday, and I was on vacation. Poor Toni – I could tell you were recovering on this ep. So glad you’re better!

    No alcohol for me at all. Melinda shared a sip with me in Vegas – that was all I needed to tell me I won’t be drinking anymore!

    ME TIME – I try to schedule it daily. Probably easier for me being single, but it’s important for single people, too!

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