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Back to where I started...

Monday, April 23, 2012

It has taken a week , but I am back to where I started before I fell off the wagon at Easter!

I have made a new about it here:

click the link

I will give you a hint.....

it is not addictive! hahaha! is another link to the articles in the latest Sport In Aurora magazine.
Check out Page 26 for my article on my Siberian trip.

You have to scroll through to find my articles.

I ALSO found out that I am allowed "A CHEAT MEAL" every 5 days....well....that is easy! I can do every 10 days if needed...and that makes living SUGAR & CARB free the rest of the time manageable. So what I am going to do is reserve the "cheat meals" for times when we go out to dinner at friends houses, and I can't be picky when someone else is being hospitable to me. Right?

For example, I am singing in a choir event this weekend and they are providing dinner, I really don't want to stress about the face that there may be some sugar or carbs in what they serve, okay so I will not go out and eat what I know I can't tolerate, but at least that takes away the guilt factor - which was you know is very tempting to then thing" oh well I cheated a bit I might as well cheat the rest of the day..."

There are some rules that go with these "Cheat meals"...they are this:
Eat protien and veggies first.....AND THEN eat the "cheat stuff" and then as my trainer says, " ONce your butt leaves the seat, the meal is is a cheat meal, not a cheat day!"

Good advice!

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    I, in general, need to live by the saying 'Once your butt leaves the seat, the meal is over." Love that! True words :)
    2155 days ago
  • LIS193
    Great articles! Congrats on your new position :)
    A cheat dinner once in a while is a great idea. Glad you found a sweetener that works for you.
    2155 days ago
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