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Day 138 - Eating Cheap...

Sunday, November 04, 2012

So, right now, I'm poor. And I'm feeling better. And I'm excited. Generally in that order.
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    I have been flipping through Volgs & Yours is the 1st one I watched till the end! Great job! Good luck on your 5mile!!

    1954 days ago
    emoticon vlog! emoticon ideas. I am glad that you are feeling better. I hope that someday I will be in good enough shape to run or walk a marathon. I have lots of weight to lose before I will be able to do that.

    1960 days ago
    Great blog. I so agree with your moderation mantra. I too belive that if you are going to splurge, you want to enjoy it.
    1960 days ago
  • LJOYCE55
    Glad you are starting to feel better. I like the fact that you take full responsibility for being a bit short on cash this month and that you found a way to deal with it. Good job.
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    1961 days ago
    I buy the old fashion oats too. I tend to put less sugar than the prepackaged. The first couple of times i made it it was not that great, but I got better at it by the second or third time.

    Love your blog. Splurging for something good once in a while... I agree. Also if you start eating something and it is not good, you dont have to finish it. I had one snack size reese. .75 oz 110 calories. And...It was not as good as I remembered. I should have just eaten half, one bite.

    Thanks for a great blog.
    1961 days ago
    Great blog! Hope you're feeling better. I was also a big fan of small prepackaged oatmeal...I have got away from them and started buying old fashioned oats (much cheaper) and adding brown sugar, cinnamon or clove and sometimes some raisins (YUMMMM) much cheaper than the packets. Good luck on your run! Good luck on your weight loss journey and have a great spark-day! emoticon
    1961 days ago
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