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Winter 5% Challenge - Day 5 Wednesday

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

I have been cookie free for a few days now. My food intake and exercise must be very close because of the way it goes up and down. Cutting down on cookies and peanut butter should help.
However there is a small bag of chocolate chip cookies in the downstairs refrigerator made by my wife. I take one on occasion when I go down to do the wash. They are delicious. One day she will ask me to bring the cookies up and I will have to say they are gone. She will ask "Who ate them?" I will say "I don't know" but she knows.
Thank you all for your comments and support. I appreciate them. It is nice getting to know you and hope you are all successful in your weight loss goals.
Have a great day!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MICKEYH 3/6/2013 9:30PM

    Home made cookies are very tough to resist. But so far you are doing great !! WTG!!
Shall we keep up our great work? But once in a while, I would like to reward myself for great work on my healthy living with emoticon emoticon Have a good one Dave.

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    YAY for no cookies! I'm a cookie monster too. Thankfully, now I'm gluten free so my cookie consumption has dropped almost to nothing. Phew.... Great job, Dave!

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SLIMLEAF 3/6/2013 2:48PM

    Be strong and determined!!

Best wishes

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MHNGJR 3/6/2013 1:58PM

    No More Cookie Monster emoticon

Maybe take several trips up/down the stairs if you eat one of those cookies. emoticon

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PLMITCH 3/6/2013 1:40PM

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    Good job staying away from those cookies. Don't be hard on yourself if you have one now and then though. We all need a treat now and then to keep us on track. I always figured one would satisfy the craving but if I didn't give in to that one then I was liable to eat them all. Keep up the good work!

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TURTLETALK 3/6/2013 11:45AM

    I know this concept. My husband keeps wanting Ritz crackers so I buy them and put them in the pantry. There is something about these crackers that is very addictive to me. Two weeks after I buy them he will complain that I forgot to buy his crackers. In truth they have been bought and consumed at that point. emoticon

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