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Day 62

Monday, February 11, 2013

Well today would have been a GREAT day if I'd just not eaten anything after we got back from my son's band concert...
I just don't get it. I KNOW I shouldn't eat. I'm not even hungry. I guess this is an addiction. I don't need it, heck most of the time I don't even want it! It just feels like I HAVE to have it...
I bought these Gummy Owls a while ago (I think I've bought just about every diet gimmick out there)
and with every other diet plan, I start out great but can't stay motivated. Well when I posted that I thought I found something to curb my desire to eat, it was these. The package has been sitting behind my monitor for months (no, they didn't go stale either). I didn't think that they tasted all that great--compared to the yummy fruit snacks that are just SO bad for you, that is--but I thought I could convince myself that they taste ok. Well it worked for 2 days. I don't know why I just don't grab a bunch of these instead of pillaging through the kitchen.
At least I stopped myself from eating a few sliders...I ate a bunch of pickles instead. Yeah, I know they're loaded with sodium but they are also very low calorie & I thought that might quench my oral fixation.
It would have worked if I hadn't remembered that I'd bought extra sharp cheddar cheese.
At least it's sliced & the package was almost empty.
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    Sometimes our bodies are asking for a certain type of food when we need to eat but is not hungry. Now, to figure out what food it needs...
    1925 days ago
    Pickled veggies of any kind are actually quite good for you (not an entire jar at once, of course). So it's not like pickles are a bad choice.

    1926 days ago
    I can totally relate,,,,,we need to push on and learn from our mistakes...
    1926 days ago
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