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Sunday, September 22, 2013

I'm still recovering slowly from this sore throat/cold business. Some people eat less when they're sick. I eat more...as if somehow more calories are going to make me feel better. Ugh!

I slept 11 hours last night!

My streak is only intact by the broadest of definitions: I'm still breathing and haven't given in! Tomorrow, I'll figure out how well I achieved my goals for the week. I need to do some food planning too.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend now that summer is officially over! Are you feeling like making all kinds of pumpkin recipes like me? Lol!
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  • v JCARDINAL
    Hope you feel better soon!
    1013 days ago
  • v POOKASLUAGH
    I always eat more when sick as well! It's like my body is healing, so it screamed "give me fuel to heal!!" The weirdest thing is when I'm nauseous, I stuff myself, as if giving my stomach MORE food might make it LESS likely to throw up...yeah. haha. I hope you're feeling better soon!
    1013 days ago
  • v RYDERB
    Oh Brenda! I'm so sorry you're sick! emoticon
    I hope you don't get as sick as I've been. Today is day 11 for me, of what started out as a sore throat cold thing, but by day 4 turned into a killer flu/cold thing. emoticon
    Maybe you should be kind to yourself and build some healthy rest time into your goals for this week. Hope you feel better soon.


    1013 days ago
  • v DJ4HEALTH
    When my doctor gave me a cold I took Vitamin C 500mg three times a day and got over it in a week and that surprised me because I have lupus and usually don't get over a cold for at least three weeks or it turns into pneumonia and I end up in the hospital too.
    1014 days ago
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