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that darn cake!

Sunday, December 27, 2009

so i posted my blog yesterday about NOT eating the leftovers and working at avoiding temptation..let me tell ya I completely failed at that yesterday AND this morning with that DARN COFFEE CAKE! Thank goodness it made me feel totally gross now so i definitely will NOT be going back for more. I know ill have a much easier time once i go back to school because i always bring my lunch with me and its usually a salad and by the time i get home, its dinner time so i can stay on track with the eating. The only thing I worry about is getting my exercise in. Its dark when i get up in the morning and its dark by the time i get home so i will definitely have to figure it out! Anyway, i have the rest of the day to make the right choices...family get together today so i will be WORKING HARD at resisting all of the goodies! I"ll report back later..keep it up!
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  • ANABANANA135
    Yup, I can totally relate... I LOVE Christmas but hate the 5 pounds that comes along with it! And much as I hate school sometimes... it IS alot easier to stay on track when I'm not at home with all this food!! Have fun at your family get-together today. I'm off to one too and I'll try to resist over-indulging... haha, I'll let you know how it goes, i hope we both have success to report!
    3707 days ago
  • MONSTERLAURA
    You sound like you have a good plan for "cake recovery" and hey, sometimes it's nice to get it out of your system. Like you said, if you hadn't eaten the cake you would be staring at it right now but it's out of your system now! Happy New Years.
    3707 days ago
  • RENA1965
    Why take the cake when you could have baked something legal from sparkspeoples recipe library? We can have treats why repeat the same old broken record habits???
    3707 days ago
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