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Is it Possible to get tired of Chocolate?

Wednesday, May 01, 2013

I have been on these shakes since Monday. I'm planning to finish today and go back to regular food tomorrow. Because of my medical issues (maybe?) my body refuses to release that extra weight. It's extremely frustrating. However, I'm determined. I know for sure I'm not alone here.

Although they are chocolate, after a while the same flavor becomes wearing.

I'm also determined to remain focused on my business. I added some names to my contact list this morning, got in touch with some clients I haven't been in touch with in a while, and now will have lunch then move on to research for my next big webinar.

I have become much more organized. I'll admit it. It's been a process. Fitting in my walking with my work is quite a challenge.

In my next newsletter, I'm going to talk about first impressions. I may also add something about looking thinner.

I also want to add a "special" of some kind, and I'm not sure what that should be. My "consultants" have suggested something concrete, such as lipstick or another cosmetic as a reward for signing up for a few events. I have to think about this. If anyone has any ideas, please share!

I may post something about the spring trends...just thinking out L-O-U-D!

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  • CHICA_BORICUA
    tired of chocolate, me NEVER!!!!,
    1247 days ago
  • JMB2LOSE
    I get tired of chocolate protein shakes sometimes too. I try adding things like peanut butter or bananas, and (I know this sounds weird, but) my husband once added cinnamon to my shake, and I actually LOVED it. You can try adding International Delight Instant Coffee to make a chocolate mocha shake. They have low fat and different flavor options.
    1247 days ago
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