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Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Weekday challenges could kick me right in the pants but I vow to not let it happen today. Girl Scout cookies tripped me up yesterday. I can do allot of reasoning about how sweet the seller is, it's only available once a year, etc. Health concerns for people near and dear to my heart could send me on the search for comfort foods. A seemingly impossible work load could help me rationalize a trip through the drive through.

The true answer is Prayer as I go about my day and visualization of walking through these scenarios successfully.

Old Me, Move Over! Make room for the stronger Me! emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    1681 days ago
    Great! You can be successful if you will just keep pushing! We all can!!
    1687 days ago
    Great work!! You are strong and getting stronger. Some days I feel pretty strong, but other times my weaknesses seem to catch up with me. Keep it up and it always pays off! emoticon
    1688 days ago
    Yah, I just moved my husband's peanut butter cookies away from my sight. They were waving at me. I should put them inside the cookie jar as to not see them.
    1688 days ago
    Yes you are strong. emoticon
    1688 days ago
    emoticon Lots tripped me up yesterday!
    1688 days ago
    Well said. I think we are all a little stronger than we often think we are. When our strength comes from above, we ultimately have the best team to tackle our health issues with.
    1688 days ago
    I understand about how easy it is to be tripped up. I paid off the cute girl scouts I know and keep the cookies out of the house. Learning from my mistakes and shortcomings. Totally agree that starting the day with quiet time with the Lord is what's really making the difference in the healthy choices I'm making.
    1688 days ago
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