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I would suggest buying a bigger size if you use this for meal prep or if you would like to cook in bulk. This is good only for a single serving quick meal. I wish I can replace this with the bigger size, I don't mind paying the difference. Zeeshan, August 27, Written by a customer while visiting walmart. Bought this product today and couldn't wait to try it out.
The blades did not blend frozen fruit for sorbet. What I thought would take a minute or two took almost 20 minutes. Mona03, September 1, I have used my unit for awhile. I have always expected the seal to give out or get old. Thank you for your time. SmithK, August 13, Awful, doesn't work on frozen anything.
I bought this last year for college since I had to start "The Virgin Diet. So I finally got to using it this month and the first day it took me over an hour this is giving the bullet a break after 40 seconds of on usage because it cannot run for longer than a minute at a time after this time, my fruit was still not chopped up.
I had to eat my acai bowl with hard frozen fruit in it. I left my frozen fruit out for 2 hours while I ran hoping that may be the problem, still, my fruit does not chop up. I can't do anything with it, it's just as loud as a blender, and the results are just basically what you started with with a little mush here and there.
Extremely upset over this product. Magic Bullet Break Down Twice. My husband bought me the Magic Bullet for Christmas I have used it about 5 times this is the second one I have owned they both just stop working we spend alot of money to use this for a short time and when you call them they say they are sorry they can not help me after being on the line for over 30 min.
Dianaburton, July 16, Ehhhhh, doesn't chop well it all I've only used it a few times, but I'm not impressed, especially with it's chopping. I threw in half a red onion and still came out with huge pieces. Then the next day I wanted to make scrambled eggs, I threw in the onion, cherry tomatoes and eggs and milk.
The cherry tomatoes weren't chopped, only came out as big pieces clumped together. I can only imagine if I threw in parts of ham steak like it said I think the blades are too big, the reason I bought this is because I already have a big blender and figured the Magic Bullet, being smaller, would nicely chop, but the blades on the Magic Bullet are as big as on the big blender! I could literally chop the onion faster than better than the Magic Bullet I bought this to make a paste out of various spices, garlic, olive oil etc.
But I don't think it will work. Besides the intrinsic benefits that come from feeling better and reaching new goals, rewarding yourself for your healthy efforts will reinforce your new habits and inspire you to continue your journey.
There are lots of effective and motivating ways to reward yourself both large and small , but first you need to come up with a system. One easy solution is to tie rewards to SparkPoints or fitness minutes rather than weight loss alone. Start by choosing a target that is challenging but not unreachable. For example, give yourself a reward if you reach fitness minutes in a month or each time you earn SparkPoints.
Before I discovered SparkPeople, I created my own reward system that had two components: It's very similar to earning SparkPoints, which you can add up by doing healthy tasks such as tracking your food, exercising or utilizing the supportive Community.
But if you have some specific behaviors that SparkPoints don't cover, you can use this list for ideas and customize it however you wish to fit your own goals. You will earn 5 SparkPoints. Like what you read? Get your free account today! Got a story idea? Give us a shout! Lots of good ideas.
I need to come up a plan for myself for exercising. Maybe it would encourage me to do more. Thanks for the ideas. Some good suggestions Report. Decided to award myself by choosing a whole new hairstylist for a whole new look Report. Some good ideas, some don't move me. That's why I need my own list. Megan Patrick Megan Lane Patrick has been a professional writer and editor for the past 16 years, and was a chronic dieter for at least A combination of weight-loss surgery, mindful eating and daily exercise finally allowed her to maintain a weight loss of more than pounds.
When she's not lifting weights at the gym, you can find her walking shelter dogs as a volunteer for the SPCA. Our best articles, delivered Join the millions of people already subscribed Get a weekly summary of our diet and fitness advice Sign Up. Email Exists An account with the email address already exists. Send Magic Link I already know my login, please sign me up for this email.
I chose charms with symbolic meaning to remind me of my journey and all my hard work. For example, because walking helped me drop the first 10 pounds, I chose a silver sneaker. When I got halfway to my goal weight, I chose a tiny pair of scissors. Food does undermine your efforts, so always choose ways to reward yourself that don't involve eating. What works as a reward should be inspiring to you; otherwise, it won't compel you to stick to your program.
Here are 50 ideas to get you started arranged from least expensive or time-consuming to most: Give yourself permission to take a nap. Visit the library or bookstore all by yourself. Have a guilt-free home spa afternoon. Take a selfie to celebrate your progress. Spend an hour away from your phone or computer. Eat lunch outside or at least away from your desk.
Clean out your closet and donate all your too-big clothes to charity. Post your progress on social media or SparkPeople so your friends can celebrate with you. Take a bubble bath. Drive to a beautiful neighborhood or park to walk instead of taking your usual walking route.
Use smiley face or star stickers to note milestones on a wall calendar hung in a prominent place. Make your own ribbon or trophy.