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100 Days of Transformation: Day 22

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Still feeling energized in spite of the lack of sleep I've been getting the last couple of days. I think I need to start retraining my sleep habits as well. I know I'm working on a lot already but I need to focus on total wellness, not just my weight. I bought a, essential oil diffuser last night and it did help a little bit but I think I need to start reading before bed instead of watch a movie or tv. I'm also going in for a massage today and that should help as well.

Also, I'm finally getting gym membership this week. I need the help focusing in school so I'm excited to try. I'm starting light though, just yoga and some elliptical time.

As far as my sugar cravings go, it's just not that tempting anymore. I get the feeling that if I made this a new year's resolution I would have given in by now but since I limited this challenge to 100 days it seems a lot easier. I'm pretty sure I'll keep going after this. I'll just tell myself: look, I can commit to this, I have already, I've made it 100 days so far, why not go another 100? If and when I go back to sugar, it's not going to be white sugar. I'm going for the "healthy" and natural alternatives that are far less addicting. I can do this.
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    1083 days ago
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    Sounds like you are doing amazing! I have a sugar problem, and I've thought about trying to give it up as well, but I don't think I'm quite ready for that. Getting enough sleep is so important. I've found I sleep better in general when I have a bed time routine. It doesn't need to be anything crazy, it just helps to wind your mind and body down. Also, lavender scented everything lol
    1087 days ago
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