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Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Today is the day (again) that I stop drinking all sodas! I bought my last one yesterday and drank only half! Not bad, I've actually been doing that for a while, and tossing half out. So quitting will be better for my health and wallet! I will miss it, but I'm not really enjoying them as much LOL. So it should be easier. I did give them up about 4 months back in April.

People at work ask if I want coffee, or a mocha frio, their treat. NO, don't like that stuff, not even the smell of it. Can't even eat coffee candy or ice cream. So what do I do to stay awake? No coffee, now, no sodas with caffeine. I do like hot tea, but not iced tea, it's too bitter. Maybe that's why I don't like chocolate that much, it's not sweet, it's bitter.

I tried on all my jeans yesterday, and found that I can fit into most of them. A couple of them I can't so I'm donating them. I thought I might keep them for when I lose weight, but that will be my incentive to lose weight. Buy a new pair of jeans that are 1 or 2 sizes smaller! So now I'm thinking I'll try on some tops that I haven't worn in awhile. I haven't worn them because I don't want to see how they look on me, tight... too small... it shows my rolls.... So if I try them on and donate them, then I can get myself some new outfits when I loose 1 size or 2 sizes, or more! My clothes are old anyways, I don't ever get rid of anything. I have stuff in there from more than 10 years ago, it's definitely time to clear out. And with my 15 pound goal by my anniversary, that will be a great time to get a new dress!

Jacob loves watching mama and papa running on the treadmill, he wants to get on it himself. My 80 year mom has been getting on there too! She was even jogging. Way to go. Glad I'm here and able to witness it! And that Jacob is here to watch how people can change.
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