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No more yesterdays!

Monday, May 17, 2010

Yesterday was a bad day. I ate pretty healthy until my sister made those cookies! White Chocolate Macadamia Nut. They were so good. And, since I have very little willpower I ate
6 of them. I did not log them on my Nutrition because they aren't really nutritious and I didn't really want to know how many calories there were in them. After I ate them I went to my room and ran a blood glucose test, it was 205. That's the highest my reading has ever been, I think. I don't want that to happen again. So, where do I get this "willpower" that I seem to lack? And, how do I keep from eating more of those cookies that are just sitting there on the kitchen counter, calling my name?!
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    Thank you Cameosun for those words of inspiration. I have
    so far eluded the temptation of eating another of those cookies.

    2352 days ago
    Wow, I probably would have done the same and then I would have exercised like crazy to burn the excess. Or I would have reduced the rest of the day's calories. Actually... I have DONE this before !!

    Hang in there, lifestyle changes take time. It's not a do or die situation. Tomorrow is another day to begin anew.

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    2352 days ago
    Put them away out of sight and inconvenient to get at.
    2353 days ago
    I can't give them away or just get rid of them. My sister made them. This is her house. I live with her. I have been doing
    very well today ignoring them, so far. I am going to do some housework now to keep my mind off them!!!
    2353 days ago
  • MZLADY77
    How about to give away! emoticon
    2353 days ago
    Get rid of them!
    2353 days ago
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