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Baby steps

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

in the right direction... I think.
Okay, I've made this mistake today, I bought a chocolate bar. It was calling my name all afternoon, but I tricked it, I think. When it called for me during the afternoon I told it: "I'll have you after dinner"> After dinner I was way too busy so I told it: "After the boys are in bed"... well the boys are in bed an I told it: "Tomorrow"... it feels good... at least a little, I know it'll be there calling my name first thing in the morning, yet today I didn't eat it... I had some cake instead though. I'm making a tiger cake for offspring's birthday, and I had to cut it to check if the tiger pattern really worked out, and it did

My boys loves his tigers... and he's the cutest of all I reckon!!!

I just had a little brain wave... how about I take a picture of everything I eat... you know, just to be able to visualize what I really eat... hmmm... maybe that's an idea.... anyways, that was the piece of cake I ate and it was yummy.
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    Love the cake - AND the tail on your kidlet, too funny!
    1690 days ago
    The tiger cake looks awesome and so are you! You should be so proud of yourself for keeping that chocolate bar at bay!
    Taking photos of your food is a great idea, it will show you just what and how much you have eaten.
    You need to be accountable for what you put in your mouth and this will show you. Baby steps my friend ..
    Ps your off spring looks gorgeous .. I love the Tiger tail xxx emoticon
    1690 days ago
    That piece of cake looks almost too beautiful to eat!
    I'm so proud of you for being in control, must have felt great. Taking pictures of your food is kind of like tracking I think, it just makes you realize what you're putting into your body. I'm curious to hear how it goes!
    1690 days ago
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