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Day 3

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Okay. So today is day 3 of my diet and I've done okay so far. I was craving chocolate so bad, so I took 5 m & m's, threw them in my mouth, swirled them around took a couple of chews and spit them back out! LOL. Not sure if it is suppose to count but I felt better. :) I've stayed under all my goals, come close to going over a few times..but each time I have made it. Looking forward to my one cheat day where I can have a slice of chocolate cake on my son's birthday. I know it will be a small set back but I can do it. Today is slowly coming to an end and I am a little hungry. I still have my snack, that is already counted so I think I am going to go eat it! See ya'll later!
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  • MICHIGANLORI
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    A big welcome from the SP Class of “December 30 – January 5, 2013”. I wish you success in your journey to a healthy lifestyle. This website has it all: the tools, the resources, the teams and their challenges, and the amazing support!

    Taking small baby steps is the way to go!

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    1357 days ago
  • CHERRYBLOSSOM13
    Enjoy that piece of cake. We didn't get to where we are by having one piece of cake on occasion - and expecting ourselves to never have a piece of birthday cake again is unrealistic.

    We don't want to eat several pieces, and have a pizza the next day, and a big tub of buttered popcorn at the movies the day after that - but budgeting a treat in once in awhile while making sure we're on track the rest of the time is okay. After all, that is how healthy, "real" people do it!

    So enjoy that birthday cake!!
    1357 days ago
  • CHRISTYJS
    Today is my Day 3 also. When I get that chocolate craving, I'm going to take your advice. Sounds like a great idea. Good Luck!
    1357 days ago
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