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Monday, April 08, 2013

Well, I had lost about 5 lbs before the middle of last week. I was very happy with my progress and was actually feeling better. I had some slip-ups and things spiraled out of control. I'm working on getting back on track now and hope I can do it again. emoticon
I've joined the Tame Your Sweet Tooth Challenge b/c that is a big problem for me. If I have one, I have it all....
I want to cut back on my sugar to control my cravings, to lose weight, and to just make some room for healthier foods since sugary foods don't last very long and I'm hungry soon after.
Well, that about sums it up. I'm pretty frustrated with myself emoticon but hope to soon get back on track.
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  • v SNIC23
    Try not to beat yourself up too much -- we all beat ourselves up and indulge a little more than we should from time to time. That 5 pounds you lost was great progress. You know you can do it because you've already have. Just get back up and keep on moving, that's a good way to get back on track. You'll feel great when you do!

    Happy Monday!

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    1141 days ago
  • v AMETHYSTSTAR
    Two steps forward and one step back is still making progress! You can accomplish anything you set your mind to do and I know you can kick this sugar addiction. (I'm working on it too!)

    Hang in there, sweets!
    1141 days ago
  • v WALLINMW
    I found if I didn't bring it into my home, I wouldn't eat it. Stay motivated!
    1141 days ago
  • v AKATHLEEN54
    Its great that you joined a team that will help you tame what you have targeted as a problem...... one goal at a time. work on that and then you can set your sites on more goals!! emoticon
    1141 days ago
  • v WANABHOT2
    You can do it!
    1141 days ago
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