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Friday, April 09, 2021


While it is frustrating to be a couple of pounds up, at least I'm still in the 180's. That's good. Yesterday and the day before both included more food than I needed. I need to figure out how to eat better on flying days. I had a plan, which was blown by my sweetie. I had planned to eat a bowl of oatmeal at 2, right before I left. However, at 12:30, my sweetie was in a mad rush to get out the door, and needed me to cook him a grilled cheese sandwich.

Grilled cheese... a definite weakness! Honestly, I've been good before when he was making one for himself. But since I was the one preparing and cooking it, I ended up wanting one, of course. It wouldn't have been so bad except that I then still had an hour before I was to leave. And since my fast was already broken... the justifications ran rampant.

Alas, it wasn't too overboard. But I really didn't need to keep eating after that dang sandwich. So, next time, I'm really going to stick to my plan.

It is a house cleaning day. It is a disaster around here. Hopefully that will burn some calories!
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    Oooh...grilled cheese is a fave of mine, too! I have had about 2 in the past year, using zero carb bread from Aldi. It's almost as good as the awesome white wonder type bread I adore. LOL!

    You did good in make a plan for next time. Remember you're only human...give yourself some grace. Just not too often! LOL!
    29 days ago
    I struggle with good intentions coming up against temptation, and I don't have great answers. I'm working on catching myself when I feel urges to do things that are counterproductive, but it's a process.

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    30 days ago
  • JUNETTA2002
    Just get back on that horse and do better today. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    31 days ago
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