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NSVs to hold me over while I detox from the junk!

Tuesday, November 01, 2011

VLOGged about needing to be nutrient-dense, instead of just dense-dense yesterday, after a crummy weekend. Today is Day #2 and the whole foods have done their thing; I am beating the cravings and actually they are almost gone. ONWARD!

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  • LORT-C
    You ar so cute and I enjoy you vlog so much. Glad the sciatica is improving and good for you about the ring size.
    2904 days ago
  • MUDDER91
    Awesome!!! Congrats on your non-scale victories!
    2904 days ago
  • POPSY190
    Enjoyed this lots; love the half-full tone of Lacy's episode and it made me laugh. It's good to see the positive in what are irritants at the time.!! Great about the rings - they'll be a constant reminder of what you've achieved. Ignore the negativity from Mum. It's taken me the best part of 60 years to deal with the undermining from mine and now I don't know why it bothered me so much - her problem, not mine. :)
    Good to hear health and cravings improving. I find even a small amount of sugar (like the 1/2 piece of ginger crunch I had the other day) makes me want junk stuff for about 2 days. I've decided it's not worth the aftermath and am going to try to remember it the next time there's sugar on offer. That will be my book group a week on Thursday - even if I have to leave early I'm going to resist. Or I might tell a white lie about being unable to sleep after sugar or SOMETHING to put them off insisting I have a serving.
    2904 days ago
    I'm glad your sciatica is better. WOO HOO!!
    LOL non-scale victory with Lacy...that is cool!
    Ya, you were trying to give your rings to the froggie they were so loose...WOO HOO on your ring size! I'm with you on the it. Let tomorrow worry for itself.
    CoNgRaTuLaTiOnS, that ROCKS!!!!!!
    2904 days ago
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