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Posts: 4,870 5/6/08 10:10 P
I love the reason to use the self check out. That is something I hadn't thought of. I do stick to the "shop the perimeter" rule to avoid all the processed stuff in the middle though.
Live your life in such a way that when your feet hit the floor in the morning, Satan shudders and says: “Oh S$^T – she’s awake!
"What the Hell" is never the wrong answer".. Marilyn Monroe
current weight: 173.0
Posts: 4,334 4/23/08 7:19 A
For me, the hard part has been resisting all my former "easy" foods cause they are so cheap. I have to stop myself all the time in Wal Mart and remember that just because Pop Tarts are on special I do not have to buy them.
Posts: 72 3/30/08 5:22 P
That's a very good idea. Someplaces don't have the self checkouts but, the idea of keeping your hands and mind busy is a very good idea. Good job! Kathy
Pounds lost: 62.2
Posts: 1,002 3/30/08 2:57 P
I've always been very vulnerable to the candy bars at the grocery store checkout but for the past year I've been using the self checkout line where they don't have that stuff and it has helped immensely with my choice last year to drop the sweet garbage. I'm busy checking the groceries and bagging them and there's nothing there to reach out and grab my bad habit. Ghislaine
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