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Wednesday, February 08, 2012

2nd week in a row I haven't lost any weight.
Not going to lie. I'm a little frustrated, but at least I'm not gaining.

I'm kicking the sugar habit, and my mind and body are having a hissy fit about it. I know once the withdrawls are gone, it'll get better. I just have to stick with it. Only sweeteners or processed anything I've had all day has been a teaspoon of honey to go in my oatmeal. Otherwise, it's all whole foods. Chicken, strawberries, whole grain oats, bellpeppers, mushrooms, etc. I'm quite proud of it, but it's more difficult than I imagined.

I'm helping with the fundraiser - a bake sale. I bought cookie ingredients, but I'm made myself a promise that I will not eat a single cookie. I won't, but Oh will it be tempting.
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    I've been there and I know it can be frustrating, but I promise if you keep pushing you wll break through!! Sometimes it is difficult just to maintain. I struggle with that during my TOM... I crave carbs like CRAZY.

    I used to bake all the time, but I found that 1/4 of my goodies were being consumed by me!! So I quit doing it! You have amazing will power girl!!! I couldn't do it!

    Stay strong, keep fighting & sparking :) I KNOW emoticon
    3310 days ago
    emoticon avoid getting too caught up in the numbers. no gain is emoticon do the next right thing and you will see and feel changes. emoticon
    3314 days ago
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    The cookie temptations sounds tough, but I know you can handle it or else you wouldn't have done it!

    Way to go on cutting down sugar! It is one of the hardest things I have ever done. I have it, but it is significantly reduced!! The cravings to definitely die down, and that is awesome!

    Hang in there... you're changing it up, and I know the scale is going to change too!

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