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Lesson Learned

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Alrighty - so lesson learned, eh? No more junk in the house. Period. Unfortunately I can't dictate what the other people in my household eat and, when chips or cookies are brought into the house, I usually succumb. Not so much to the chips but cookies are definitely a weakness.

No workout today and too many calories. Back to the workout tomorrow and back to the caloric deficit on Saturday.

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  • v OOLALA53
    It is an advantage if you don't have the worst offenders around. Any chance you could just get clear in your mind that just because the food is there doesn't make it "yours?" It belongs to someone else. And be sure you have wonderful meals planned for yourself.
    1293 days ago
  • v CDCSMITH2013
    I've learned that there are certain treats I don't like enough to slip up on and those are what I buy for the household. I don't know if you could talk with the people in the house and see if they'd be willing to help you out for a while, at least until you have started to be better able to stay strong and not give in, but it would be worth a try. Good luck.
    1293 days ago
  • v TENNISJIM
    It's tough when others are brining "junk" food. Out house guest loves sweets -- especially cookies, cakes, etc. so he bought Toll house chocolate chips cookie mix to make cookies.
    1293 days ago
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