email stated “already getting family resistance but trying”
By now you’ve probably heard of our “tweet it don’t eat it” hash tag (#TIDEI).  If you are on twitter, tweet to me (@Foodtrainers) or Carolyn (@onesmartbrownie) or to both of us.  Any time you find yourself eye to eye with a food you’d like to avoid, tweet to us “my coworker brought in Christmas cookies they don’t look worth it #TIDEI. We’ll fire back encouragement as soon as we see it. The secret is that just sending that tweet usually helps you bypass the food threat.
Recently, I received an SOS #TIDEI message:
@Foodtrainers using my might to stay out of the kitchen after dinner #TIDEI
My reply:
Keep that kitchen closed! Love the #TIDEI, let me know how it goes
And then:
@Foodtrainers I forced myself into a Netflix binge, I even put dishes on hold to avoid the kitchen.
Ooh, does @Netflix save calories?
Generally TV isn’t great for your eating. We tend to eat mindlessly in front of the TV. Have a toddler who will not eat? TV does the trick. For those of us over three, I suggest decoupling TV and food. But what about binge watching? I see it as more than just a distraction. There’s something about binge watching that feels like a “fix” in the same way that after dinner treat train does. Sure, you could say it’s replacing one fix with another…and you’d be right; however, it’s a favorable fix and sometimes methadone beats cold turkey. Give it a try, let me know how it goes and if you find yourself vulnerable, you know tweet it don’t eat it or do what a client did and formally close the kitchen.
What do you do when you’re tempted after dinner? Do you find binge watching satisfying? Aren’t those kitchen doors (above) pretty?


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