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A Gain This Week and For Love of Chocolate

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Well instead of losing I gained 5 this week. I know it was from the one day i was over by 200 calories and some other higher calorie days and maybe not enough intense cardio workouts. Now that I am closer to goal weight it takes more to make me sweat. Tonight I am doing Jillian's 6 Pack Abs again and her other workout to sweat and burn more calories. I still cannot do without having some chocolate each day. Sometimes i feel like it is more under control than other days. Maybe it has to do with being in the house all the time or just boredom. I guess that is why i am in the Sweet Challenge again this year because of my craving for chocolate. Maybe i feel like it is my friend and will give me comfort. Or maybe I simply do not know how to say no at times. So far i am doing ok; and trying to have some higher calorie days and some lower ones so that my body gets fooled into dropping a pound or two. Today was good in the 1300's, yesterday was in the 1400's; so tomorrow can be a high or a low day depending on how i feel. I got 2 assignments done for class. Only one sucessfully submitted though cause i accidentally submitted the wrong paper for one. Waiting on the professor to let me redo it again. I have an essay to do again on Wolrview; this time picking a famous person who has a different worldview than i do. Have to go and do my TNT today yet.
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    Ouch! Nothing like a scale reading of that sort to kick us back to reality about calories adding up and adding to us. emoticon

    I find that the darker the chocolate, the less it takes to satisfy me. I love 90% dark. emoticon

    Sounds like an interesting and challenging assignment on differing worldview. emoticon
    1888 days ago
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