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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Wow, my fitness journey has taken all sorts of twists and turns. Some days I am right on track and other days I'm lucky if I can find the tracks. At one point many years ago I had given up chocolate and soda (all caffeine actually) for five years. Then one day we were driving across the country and it was my turn to drive and I needed to stay awake so I had some Diet Coke. That began my on again off again relationship with caffeine and chocolate.

Well I'm off again. I weaned myself off of the caffeine and tomorrow will be my first full day with no chocolate or caffeine. I'm excited to start this streak because someone this is the one that helps me stay on track with everything else. I'm not quite sure how that works but it does. My goal with this is to yet again eliminate PMS. I'm not a very nice person when I have PMS and I'm really tired of feeling that way and treating the ones that I love in a way they don't deserve.

So chocolate and caffeine, you are not good for me. I don't want you in my life anymore. It was fun while it lasted but you gotta go. emoticon

Any takers out there want to do the same thing with something that has had a grip on you? I'm going to set up my streak right now.

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  • LINDA7668
    Congrats on weaning yourself off of soda and chocolate! emoticon
    2045 days ago
    Great post, and good luck with your streak.
    2046 days ago
  • SUNSET09
    Good revelation as we have to take charge of our own weaknesses. I, too, had to give up everything and put myself on one of those "Diets" to wen myself off of a lot of things and I'm a pretty healthy eater. I eat one dessert a day and only drink water with my meals, at least two bottles per meal. I only eat the normal three meals a day and no snacking. Count me in! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2046 days ago
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