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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

OK, so I'm blogged about my willpower with my xmas chocolate (essentially I have made a box last from about the 2nd. I'm now down to the flavours I don't like much and probably won't eat). I haven't told you about the graduation chocolate.



That is my gradution cake. I threw myself a huge shindig when I graduated and every good party needs cake. So I got myself a cake. That top bit? The flat part? Yeah, that is solid chocolate covered in icing. Yes. I know. That is a lot of chocolate. It has been broken up and is in containers. And we are eating it, but only a little at a time. Now, that is willpower!

Today I went to the gym. 20 minutes on the xtrainer and 25 minutes on the recumbent bike. While watching Gilmore Girls. Thats just how I roll! I have had a bit of chocolate today, but am still getting my star because I haven't gone overboard and otherwise I have eaten really well.

Tomorrow I have to work, but will try for a walk after work!
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  • v CARLA-216
    What an awesome cake! Good job eating only a little chocolate at a time. You're my hero!

    1687 days ago
  • v CUINPARADISE
    OMG! Fabulous cake! It's making me drool!

    Congratulations on your graduation and on your sustaining willpower!...I'd give you two stars for willpower!

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    1687 days ago
  • v MNJONES2
    I know what you mean - I love chocolate too. I usually have a cup of cocoa at night.... but I crave chocolate a lot. Hubby brought home a chocolate cream pie tonight - I had 1/8 sized piece and he had a bigger one..... waiting for tomorrow now....

    I love that you are planning your exercise times though - that is what helps us too. Keep up the great work .
    1687 days ago
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