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The Weekend Is In Sight.....

Thursday, March 21, 2013

This week has flown by for me at school. All of our evening activities were cancelled, so after a couple of quick errands each day we came home. I have had plenty of time to cook and get my lunch together. I am liking getting up 45 minutes earlier. I can get completely dressed and fix breakfast before I wake my kids up. I have been getting them up 20 minutes earlier than usual. They do not like it, but there is less stress in the morning. emoticon They can eat, do their chores and get ready. We are leaving the house about 10 minutes earlier and that is a nice time cushion.

Tomorrow is my splurge night. I cannot decide what I want to eat. I am craving pizza, emoticon but I do not think I will be able to stop at 2 slices. Maybe mexican food. But then, will I be able to stay out of the chip basket? emoticon I can finally admit that I am a food addict....food makes me VERY HAPPY! I fear I will binge and get off track.

I weighed today and I was amazed. It was almost too good to be true. I actually weighed three times and checked to see if the scale was working properly. I am looking forward to Sunday's weigh-in so I can record my weight.

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    Great insight on your behaviors -- I am learning as well that there are concrete reasons why I gained all this weight, and it's all in the facts and figures of what I put in my mouth. SP has been such a godsend. Keep up your good work, and congrats on the weigh in. emoticon
    1822 days ago
  • GINA180847
    I am thinking of adopting your idea of the splurge night. That way I can say yes to myself once in a while. Good for you that the scale is being nice.
    1822 days ago
    Congrat's on the weigh in , It feels so good to be rewarded for the efforts.
    Enjoy your splurge night.!
    1823 days ago
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