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Moving on....again

Monday, November 18, 2013

Ugh. 2 chocolate cupcakes for breakfast. You know that bad decision...The way to not be tempted by the cupcakes is to eat them and then they are gone. Ugh. So I will move on. I have a dentist appt. at 10:30. That will get me out of my way for a while. I do have Zumba tonight. That is good. I'm not drinking at night and I find I eat sweets instead. So none of this is good. I am glad I'm not drinking but.... So I have some cleaning to do. That will help. I'm tired of fighting this fight and not winning. I'm getting some blood work done to check my thyroid this week. I'm also getting an ultrasound to check for fibroids. So I am being proactive at least. We made plane reservations for a family trip to California in April. Usually that would put me in healthy living mode to get into a bathing suit for vac a. Obviously that didn't happen with my breakfast choice. So I will move on ...again...
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    What a time you've been having.

    Hopefully things will get better. How's your foot doing?
    1552 days ago
    It's all about moving on. I have to get rid of all those trigger foods for me to be able to move on. I can't do it with them in the house. It takes me 2 1/2 weeks to get over those strong sweet cravings. I have to go cold turkey. After that I'm ok w/ limits.

    Just move on and after you get over those sweet cravings, you'll be happy and feel so much better.

    Have fun with Zumba !! I love my class.
    1552 days ago
    sounds like you need to clean your kitchen out to keep yourself cleaned out! You can't eat sweets that are not there to eat, right? I hope you can find something out from the doctor. Hugs.
    1553 days ago
    Moving on is our best choice...what more can we do?

    Enjoy your zumba class! Are you teaching?
    1553 days ago
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