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3/16/12 11:03 A

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You two are inspiring. I have a hard time turning down any freebie. And tomorrow night one of the docs I work with is having a party at his place. I can imagine the junk that will be there. Maybe I will be surprised and it won't be junky! I will just have to say no.

“Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles…. it empties today of its strength.”

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3/15/12 4:31 P

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Good for you! I have a hard time turning treats down too. I have good days and bad days. In general...mostly bad days!!

I find it's easier to turn those un-planned offerings down easier, when I know I also have to log it on the food tracker.

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3/15/12 4:10 P

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Blame it on what you will, boredom, cravings, that big box of donuts, I have a really hard time saying no to sugar. During week 1, I actually had a hard time focusing on my triggers. Would "yes" be an answer? "everything"? Well, whatever the trigger, I had a breakthrough today. When offered a treat at work, I realized that as fantastic as that treat would taste, all it could give me was guilt and a belly ache. Period. I said no, and actually had no problem doing so. It's time I stop letting food rule my life. It's food for God's sake! It's just food! And it has no power over me!

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