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Why do I do this???

Monday, June 10, 2013

Today I started my day on the treadmill, stayed with in my calorie range and drank all my water until I had to pick up one of my boys and they wanted to stop at Sonic. Why couldn't I say no to the 1/2 price milk shake and ruin everything-messed my numbers ALL up!

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LUNABYRD 6/13/2013 6:32AM

    Sugar is the hardest for me to pass up as well. Just know that tomorrow is a new day and you can start again. You have made the effort to make a change and changes take time. One step at a time.


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BARBIEE52 6/11/2013 7:08PM

    Don't feel bad. We all break down and eat/drink something we should not (none of us is perfect) Just think what you have accomplished just in the last few days!! You are doing great. Keep up the good work! emoticon emoticon

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JIBBIE49 6/11/2013 12:49AM

    Sugar is difficult to pass up, especially if you have Candidae Yeast in your body that are craving it. Have more protein and cut out the sugar/starches such as white flour, sugar, potatoes, etc. emoticon Sugar is hard to give up.

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TRACYDH 6/10/2013 11:28PM

    the challenge with kids is that we don't want to impose our restrictions on them.
I am trying to get my kids to see what I am doing, letting them see my progress, and trying to encourage them to also make healthier choices - not saying it's easy - but see if you can convince him to stop somewhere other than Sonic next time, to help you out with your challenges :)
That said, DH (who is Sparking along with me) bought chocolate bars for the kids tonight - NOT easy for me, big trigger! But he didn't get me one so I am riding out the craving and moving on :) some days are better than others, just keep on truckin'!

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