OCTOGIRLIE

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

WIth the holidays, clients at the clinic are brining by all kinds of goodies- cakes, cookies, things I can't even identify but that have chocolate chips and that's good enough for me.

I have tried really hard, but I give into temptation every single time. It's so depressing.
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  • OCTOGIRLIE
    Thanks for all the support and advice!
    3762 days ago
  • FLAMENM
    Oh, I hate it when all the goodies come out, too!
    3778 days ago
  • TWINSMOM0429
    I have the same problem at my clinic. We have chololate, trays of brownies & cookies, today I had some Fiber One cereal for breakfast and then cam eto work and ate a kalache that a rep brought in. As I was eating it, I was saying "I am not even hungry but it tastes so good."

    Working in an office where people are brining in treats is horrible at the holidays. Stay strong! You can do it (and so can I), just say no!
    3778 days ago
  • JAYMURZ
    I can SO understand sweetie! Happily, we can workout, and simply tell ourselves that we *will* shed those Holidaze pounds next year?!
    3778 days ago
  • MISSPEACHES3
    Don't beat yourself up over this. We are all human. Remember tomorrow is a "Do Over" day. emoticon

    Blessings.
    3778 days ago
  • no profile photo CD6850288
    I try the "I'll have it later" method. I didn't plan to eat that today, so I can plan to have it tomorrow. Then, if I still want it when planning the next day, I work it in.
    3778 days ago
  • NANA2THREEGIRLS
    Fill up on whole grains or something else healthy so you don't have any room for it OR get yourself a bag of dark chocolate chips to snack on...it's not ideal but at least it's a little better for you and you're still getting chocolate.
    3778 days ago
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