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Cleanse is complete! Bring on phase 2.

Friday, January 18, 2013

Had the last of my 10 day herbal cleanse today. Good bye fiber drink. Tomorrow will begin phase 2 of my advocare 24 day challenge. I plan on doing alot of sewing today so I don't know how much exercise I will fit in but I'm gonna try.

I've got a baby bedding order to finish, 2 purses to make, and I got another baby bedding order yesterday, that I have some shopping to do for before I can start it. The customer brought me her fabrics yesterday and a deposit but I need to find one more fabric to go with it plus some ribbon. Should be easy.

hubby is coming home tonight so at least I'll get a decent night's sleep. I just don't sleep as well when he's not home, and he's been required to stay in the barracks two nights this week.

I also eat worse when he's gone...and I caved and got chicken last night because I just didn't have it in me to cook dinner for all the kids. I guess one night won't hurt, and I still had half my calories for the day to go by dinnertime so it wasn't as terrible as it could have been.
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  • v RUTZKARI
    How is the phase 2 going for you? I am on day 7 of cleanse I have not craved the diet coke, coffee or junk food yet. I made pizza for my family the other nite and I would have loved to had a piece. But...NO. I was strong. I really want to see what the 24 days could mean.

    Keep strong. You can do this.
    1248 days ago
  • v DJ4HEALTH
    Sometimes things happen that you have no control over. emoticon
    1259 days ago
  • v SONYALATRECE
    emoticon on cleansing and glad your hubby will provide your much needed comfort.

    Sonya
    1260 days ago
  • v RIDLEYRIDER
    Staying within your calorie range is key. emoticon
    1260 days ago
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