that sounds like a good plan, I have abstained from sugar for 56 days and plan to continue until April 30 so no desserts for me. It started as a weight loss effort, then I decided to give them up for Lent, then I challenged my daughter to give up sugar for 40 days...her tie ends April 30 and I decided to continue in support of her effort.
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Good for you!! I don't do cheat days either! A whole day would really screw me up! I have eaten 100% clean for the past 12 days and seeing my husband and I don't get the chance to go out very much, I plan on having a nice dinner. It will probably be a lean protein and lots of veggies, but I think I am going to enjoy that glass of wine! Too much craziness going on lately and it will be nice to just relax w/hubby and sip on a glass of white wine.
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