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Almost caved

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

I keep walking past the Halloween sugar cookies I made last weekend and I almost cave in and bag this whole diet thing. But, I found a quick fix in the fridge, an already peeled cucumber. It was crunchy and only 7 calories, so for now...I'm good! This is the longest I've stuck to anything diet related (just over a month) and I still pretty much bag the weekends since I'm away from home so much, but I'm going to do this, no matter how long it takes!!!!!
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    I'm not quite sure how these blogs work, but thank you to those who have encouraged my by your blog posts on my spark page. I hope all is going well for you and that you're meeting your goals. I appreciate the support!
    2142 days ago
  • DOUGZ69
    Take it from me, you gotta get rid of the temptations and if your family can support you, they won't mind a bit!
    2158 days ago
  • 44ANGEL
    You blog is interesting. My cookies and sweets use to sit on the cupboard until last week. I put them in the cabinet where I do not see them. I told my husband he is making his own lunch from now on because I will nibble on cookies and potato chips when I make his lunch. He thought is was funny. I was dead serious.

    I weighed myself last week Monday and I came back to Sparkpeople last week Tuesday. Reading that scale and seeing those numbers was enough. I weighed myself yesterday and I lost 4 pounds.

    How I look at your cookie situation and what I did...OUT OF SIGHT...OUT OF MIND! It worked for me. emoticon
    2158 days ago
  • MJRVIC2000
    Planning your meals and snacks is another way to prevent "the craves". God bless, Vic, Team Leadedr of God's family and co-leader of 6 other teams.
    2158 days ago
  • HAPPYCPA1965
    You can do it! Of course I think it would be easier if you just gave the cookies to someone else to eat.
    2158 days ago
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