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McDonalds is evil

Thursday, January 06, 2011

How exactly does McDonalds fit 300 calories into a single sausage burrito? I'm inclined to think that they work hard at it. What a crappy start to the day since I had two!

So I thought I'd top it off by having lunch at Taco Bell while still in my caloric oblivion. At least that wasn't quite as bad as breakfast.

Dinner is baked chicken and veggies, so that should be ok even though I'll end up over my top number for the day. I'm thinking that even though I'm over, it will still be a big reduction in calories compared to what I was eating last week.

I think the hardest thing right now is that I'm always hungry. I'm doing my best to fend off the hunger with grapefruit, but it's so so at best. Thank goodness for will-power.

Last night as I was watching the People's Choice Awards, I was wishing I could just get to where Queen Latifah is at and feel as comfortable in my skin as she does. She looked completely amazing. There was a time back about a decade ago where that was how I was. Curvy and confident. A magnet for admiring eyes. So while part of me wants to reach my medically recommended weight, part of me just wants to get back to that point again. Back where I was before the third baby, several very difficult years raising bipolar teens, a grand baby to raise, and tough economic times.

I've decided to let my hair grown out some again after wearing it very short for several years now. It's a part of trying to redefine my new fabulous self. I permed it at Christmas too. Now it has bounce! I need more bounce in my life.

Tomorrow is another day and I'll try to do better than today!
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  • FLAMENM
    YOu know, I think it is a sick talent that McDonalds gets so many calories into everything!
    3772 days ago
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