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Day 2, No Coffee

Monday, March 07, 2011

Waking up just as fast with no coffee but I sure miss the taste....of the quarter cup of creamer I put in each cup. I'm now looking for the small things that I eat/drink that are probably adding up....coffee was one of them. I believe that that last time I didn't have coffee for a while, I was more energetic in the morning but I don't remember. It was a budget thing sometime last year.
Really achy today. Waiting for pain med to kick in.
Think this might be a good cooking day. Tried a fabulous new recipe Saturday for Shrimp Enchiladas Verde and want to make it again.
http://www.delish.com/recipe
finder/shrimp-enchiladas-v
erde-recipe-5347
Only 320 calories. It made 8 good sized servings in a 9 by 12 pan.
They also have a chili releno recipe that looks interesting I want to try.
Anyway, having a cooking day once or twice a week gives my love of cooking an outlet. I have such a nice selection to choose from and something to grab in the morning to take to work. Only one day off this week so I need to really plan everything.
Lunch with my sister today. Think we will do a power mall walk and maybe hit Applebee's for one of their under 500 calorie meals. They were fabulous the last time I was there.
I better get moving....
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  • v LILI777
    I quit coffee a number of years ago and then parenthood "demanded" that I add it back to my life. I remember the headaches . . . all too well. Hang in there, you'll get past them.

    P.S. I added you as a friend because I like your blog!
    1925 days ago
  • v ALI_SQUIDZ
    I quit coffee as well. It's hard at first but you will get over it. It took a good month of headaches but now I have much more energy. Caffeine effects me much more now as well. If the cafe screws up and puts caff in my decaf cup, Im wired for days. LOL!!
    1970 days ago
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