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Friday, January 18, 2013

Just kidding. :) I have had one can of soda and a couple of cookies, but I did stop by the grocery store and pick up more fruit after my workout today. I did my first full Curves Circuit Training this afternoon. It wasn't as intense as my other workouts, but it was a good, safe consistency that I can add to my daily routine, and I really liked it.

I think I will have the most sugar withdrawal issues mid-afternoon and in the evening after everyone goes to bed. What is up with that? I think I just hit a slump in the afternoon and I feel like I can work through that with some fruit or something. But I don't know what to do with the nighttime issue. I am a night-owl and am usually up until 12 or 1 (sometimes much later) in the morning.

I am going to have to figure that one out soon...

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GLIMJY 1/19/2013 11:28PM

    Thanks LJCANNON and DUCKY56065! Great ideas! I have done some sugar free jello, but I have trouble forcing myself to swallow those chemicals, lol.

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LJCANNON 1/19/2013 10:14PM

    I'm finding Fruit, Cottage Cheese, and sometimes some Fresh Veggies like Carrots, Peppers, or Beans help the Evening Cravings.
emoticon I am glad that you enjoyed your Curves Workout!

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DUCKY56065 1/18/2013 7:16PM

  sugar is very hard to kick. I try to get everything sugar free if I can. sugar free hello is great for sweet cravings. if you can get past the diet taste. sugar free pudding tastes better than the hello but it has more carbs. hope this helps with the sugar cravings

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