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Friday, April 10, 2015

Challenging day yet again. I broke into the leftover Easter candy jar at work :(
They leave a bunch in the commons room for our faculty and staff ...mainly from the faculty and everything is chocolate ..ive been trying to resist but its been so hard.
Anyways, so the bunny won yesterday but today is a new day. Hopefully, I will have better news tomorrow.
As for yesterday, I had a pretty balanced meal day. Breakfast was oatmeal and almond slices. Lunch was a rice bowl ... plain white rice, "butter" chicken, and green peas. My butter chicken is 2T of margarine and 1 can of tomato sauce and half cup of light sour cream. Cook it together and its my healthy version of indian butter chicken (or aka chicken tikka masala).
I had that for dinner too because I was too lazy to cook again.

Have a great weekend everyone :)
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    Hmm, I love butter chicken (at least when it isn't too spicy for me) though when we've had it it was made with real butter. Om nom nom.

    Today is a new day. I know it it is hard to resist when there are treats being constantly paraded in front of you, and easy to be hard on yourself for "caving" when you do indulge, but personally I think as long as you don't do it too often--treats are treats by definition because they are rare--it's not that big of a deal and help keep us from feeling punished or deprived. Admittedly, maybe I shouldn't talk because I lose weight so painfully slowly so I'm not exactly the sparks poster child, but that's my compromise that makes this healthy lifestyle sustainable for me.

    That's my experience anyway; as always your mileage may differ emoticon
    2292 days ago
    All your food look delicious! Especially that butter chicken. I need to try and make that. Hope all the Easter chocolate is long gone by now!
    2292 days ago
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