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Sugar Beast @ Bay--today :)

Friday, September 06, 2013

Thanks to:
For your great comments to my blog from yesterday"Scale Creep"
I'm feeling more in control today, and I like that!
I think just being silently aware by myself was too much pressure, and going through the process of making it "public" helps to focus on the solution better instead of just feeling defeated and bad about the result of the choices I was making.
Staying busy helps so much during that "danger time", and being reminded of the building sugar craving when I start that thing going :)
I've gotten my morning walk in for two days in a row now, and I'm pretty happy about that. Have a busy weekend on tap too..have a great one fellow Sparkers!
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    Thanks for the "shout out". We are always so glad when we can help. I know many times I blog about something and get great advice here on sparks. You can tell that people truly care.
    So glad to hear that you are more in control. That is always such a great feeling to break the bad cycle and habits. It takes time though...I think I read somewhere like 30 days to create a new healthy habit.
    Go for it ... for sure you got this and can do it.
    Have a terrific week end.
    1536 days ago
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    emoticon I had a feeling you were on the right path again!!

    Have a Fabulous weekend!! emoticon

    1536 days ago
    I am glad for you that you are feeling more in control. That is a great feeling.

    Make it a great weekend.
    1536 days ago
    I'm glad I was a part of your day!

    I find that putting it out there in blogs and status updates really keeps me on track. I post, therefore I do!

    1536 days ago
    Exercising helps so much with keeping the cravings at bay and a morning walk sounds like an awesome way to start the day.
    Have a wonderful SparkDay :)
    1536 days ago
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