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Day 62

Monday, February 11, 2013

Well today would have been a GREAT day if I'd just not eaten anything after we got back from my son's band concert...
I just don't get it. I KNOW I shouldn't eat. I'm not even hungry. I guess this is an addiction. I don't need it, heck most of the time I don't even want it! It just feels like I HAVE to have it...
I bought these Gummy Owls a while ago (I think I've bought just about every diet gimmick out there)
and with every other diet plan, I start out great but can't stay motivated. Well when I posted that I thought I found something to curb my desire to eat, it was these. The package has been sitting behind my monitor for months (no, they didn't go stale either). I didn't think that they tasted all that great--compared to the yummy fruit snacks that are just SO bad for you, that is--but I thought I could convince myself that they taste ok. Well it worked for 2 days. I don't know why I just don't grab a bunch of these instead of pillaging through the kitchen.
At least I stopped myself from eating a few sliders...I ate a bunch of pickles instead. Yeah, I know they're loaded with sodium but they are also very low calorie & I thought that might quench my oral fixation.
It would have worked if I hadn't remembered that I'd bought extra sharp cheddar cheese.
At least it's sliced & the package was almost empty.
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    Sometimes our bodies are asking for a certain type of food when we need to eat but is not hungry. Now, to figure out what food it needs...
    1295 days ago
  • v PHAEDRA13
    Pickled veggies of any kind are actually quite good for you (not an entire jar at once, of course). So it's not like pickles are a bad choice.

    1295 days ago
    I can totally relate,,,,,we need to push on and learn from our mistakes...
    1295 days ago
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