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Monday, October 07, 2013

We had a crazy weekend - filled with soccer, birthday parties, and a last minute trip to visit grandparents. Which meant a crazy weekend of going with the flow and not carefully planning my meals and snacks. I'm happy to say, not only did I survive without going completely off the radar, but I learned something about the new me - I don't like McDonald's anymore.

Yup, I said. I don't like the food I used to crave! Me - the one that used to crave a Quarter Pounder with Cheese and their fries...oh the fries! After a long day of driving and visiting the in-laws, my husband decided to pick up dinner at McDonald's. I thought about ordering something healthy, but at the last minute I caved and ordered a Quarter Pounder w/ cheese. I hadn't had one in forever, and just wanted a burger instead of chicken or a salad.

I took my first bite and's ok. As I worked my way through it, I liked it less and less. I finished eating it - because I was STARVING - but I didn't enjoy it. And afterwards, all I wanted was something fresh and light tasting.

So, it looks like I've outgrown my taste for some of the unhealthier options out there! I never thought I'd get to that point!

Now, don't get me wrong - when the McRib comes back out, I'll be ALL OVER that! But, within reason - of course! :)
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    Wonderful! It's a great feeling to know your body is changing and appreciating the healthier foods. Thanks for sharing! emoticon
    1992 days ago
  • NIKI778
    Congrats on not liking McDonalds!! As an adult, I have always liked McDonald's the least. My fast food vice is Taco Bell, but I am learning to only order one thing instead of two or three.
    1992 days ago
  • ASTRA58
    It's amazing, isn't it? I've found that I don't like pizza anymore. Or most chocolate. I keep trying it, but it's very unsatisfying.

    Keep up the good work!
    1992 days ago
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