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It's 10:30pm Do you know where your children are?

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Ok, now that I've got your attention..I need your help!!!

I had dinner a little bit ago and I ate more junk food than I had planned to today..and I am watching tv in the kitchen trying to stay away from the food that I feel is calling me. I really, really want to eat something chocolate or w/ peanut butter as I am in a peanut butter mood..even though I had a lot of peanut butter today (not good).. I keep telling myself if I get up to get something that it should ONLY be water.

I am just trying to stay focused...on the big picture. It's just hard sitting here...steps from the fridge and as much as I want to grab just a piece of fruit..I know how bad it is to eat this late at night...and a cup of hot cocoa sounds soo good..but it's been 5 days since I've had a cup and I'm doing so good..so I don't want to mess that up.

Maybe I should go read a motivational article to keep myself from snacking.

I am sure I should go to bed, but Im watching my soaps that I missed during the day..I'm hoping I will grab some water before I go up and leave the food for tomorrow.

Wish me luck!
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  • v STAMPINGRL2
    Thanks Ladies! Today is a new day and I am determined to do some things different!
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    For the support!
    1959 days ago
  • v REDCHICK5
    Hope you managed to stay strong!! Try doing some strength workouts whilst watching your programmes - will keep you busy so you won't be thinking about the snacks!! And you'll also get the benefit of stronger muscles! :)
    1959 days ago
  • v FANGFACEKITTY
    Luck! Stay strong!
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    1960 days ago
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