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    LINAREX   22,822
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Took a week off, semi-unintentionally

Sunday, May 22, 2011

I did absolutely jack this week. There, I said it. I was at a conference for work from Mon-Thurs, which was just downward spiral after downward spiral. I drank excessively and ate excessively, played golf for the first time, and sprained my ankle (OUCH). Now, I really don't drink that often (MAYBE once every 3 months or so), and I know why. Not because of the god awful hangovers afterwards, but because I want to eat everything in sight for the next 6 months after I drink. And I want greasy, fatty, foods, none of this healthy garbage. Drinking excessively is just something I need to avoid in the future. Oh, and eating excessively as well.

So, with that said, I'm writing last week off, and started anew today. It felt SO GOOD to eat healthy and drink all my water. Seriously, I don't know why I don't just do this all the time.

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LINAREX 5/24/2011 8:50PM

    Seriously, I love McDonald's fries like no other fries. I would eat pounds of them if I could :)

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YCAMOMMY 5/24/2011 7:26AM

    If I've learned nothing in the last few months, its that sometimes we have to go all the way to the other extreme to enjoy what we're doing now. Now, I've always loved my veggies and salads, but what are they compared to McD's fries?? (gross, I know, but addictions are addictions!) But since this challenge, I've been actually craving healthy foods more and more often. I don't need those grossly saturated potatoes!!! The next time that you want to go off into drinking gross food crazy land, you'll remember this experience. It might not keep you from going, but the trip will probably be shorter ;) Good luck, Gorgeous! So glad you're here!!

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