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Happy Valentine's Day!

Thursday, February 13, 2014

This week has been much better in terms of staying on track with calories. Why? I set my mind to it. Stayed focus on my goals. If I want this, I can’t have that. That simple.

Now, I’m not necessarily saying easy ... But still simple! And it helped that after gaining a couple pounds at the end of last week, it came back down and then some after my long run on the weekend. Success always gives me that little extra inspiration!

I have a nice dinner planned for tomorrow for my BF. Seafood risotto, molten chocolate cake and he is bringing a bottle of wine. I’m really looking forward to it! I don’t enjoy going out for dinner on Valentine’s day, having worked in many restaurants and owning one (no longer, thank God!) it gives me no pleasure to be in a restaurant on those big special occasion nights – too many expectations, too much stress. So I think tomorrow will be nice. A little less breakfast and lunch and a really nice dinner – it will be worth it!

So, happy Valentine’s Day to all of my Sparkfriends! Enjoy!
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    Good for you, staying on track! And, as an ex-food server/bartender, I totally agree with avoiding restaurants on the big days. It just isn't relaxing, when you know the chaos behind the scenes! Glad you had a special Valentine's day in, instead!

    1556 days ago
    Simple, yet not easy!
    We are staying in for dinner tonight as well. I have no idea what to cook though. Hmmmmmm...
    Happy V-Day!

    1561 days ago
    Here's to your focus and success!
    Sounds like a wonderful romantic dinner tonight - enjoy.
    1561 days ago
    Sounds like a real nice time
    1561 days ago
    Ohhh, dinner sounds nice.
    1561 days ago
    spread the love and enjoy your special time with your bf. happy love day!
    1561 days ago
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