Responsibilities can be ignored but consequences cannot.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Today was a long day fighting sugar junk food temptations. Why today? I have no idea. The good news: I didn't go shopping for sugary stuff so I've been staying focused on goals & personal responsibilities.

I'm thankful my knees weren't hurting as much as yesterday & I'm even thankful for this headache as it keeps me from thinking about sugar foods. Time for more ice water & some sleep, as I'm exhausted.

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    Well done! And I hope sleep will come to you easily.
    2098 days ago
    Good job resisting your temptations. Some days are so hard for me.

    Keep your focus on what is important to you!
    2098 days ago
    i sometimes ignore responsibilites and say i will do it later but then i don't and i will admit i don't like the consequences,
    2098 days ago
    Well done....go to that nice quiet place. Your Higher Self is there. Perhaps the headache is the body ridding itself of that excess insulin & coming into balance. Also, remember that insulin is an inflammatory hormone.

    I love your graphic. Did you draw this? I can feel the emotion in it.
    2098 days ago
    Good for you for not giving in. I gave in last night when my parents were in town for the night. I made a yellow cake with butter cream frosting. I won't brag about how yummy it is, but I will let you know that I had a slice planned for yesterday and today so I would have enough calories to eat normal all day and have this one snack. And I used applesauce instead of oil, so it isn't as fatterning as it COULD be. I have had my one piece and I feel a bit better now and can stop obsessing... until tomorrow!
    2098 days ago
    The thought crossed my mind to graze this afternoon. It had a weak volume and I was able to resist. I am proud of you for making it past stronger urges. Hugs from Janet in central Illinois
    2098 days ago
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