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There is a big difference between smoking and eating junk food that people are forgetting -

cutting back on junk food is practical, unlike cigarettes where "cutting back" just does not work.

 

When trying to quit smoking, one has to give it up completely.

When trying to get in shape, you can still have some junk food, just have the discipline to cut back.

 

But also, try to limit the junk food on hand. Do not be like me and have three or four different kinds of ice cream in the freezer.

Well shoot, I quit smoking, what the hell more does my stupid body want?

 

Anyways so yeah, moderation.

 

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Every night  I go to bed saying i will try harder tomorrow....... right!!!!! Mother's day treats have gone.... I will try harder tomorrow........

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How we doing P & P (my diet buddy).  I cut out all those jellybeans and sweets and stuck to the celery and peanut butter.  Moved outside a little more because the weather finally started to act like spring.  Did lose 2 lbs.  

Can't see where I lost it.  Maybe in my big toe.  I want to see results!!!!!!

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Well done on the 2lb loss, that's brilliant 👍 me and the hubby went trekking in the Brecon beacons last week, was a long walk down to this waterfall, the Sgwd yr Eira, and even harder going back up, as it was all steps, I lost count how many, but each step was hulking your body weight up, and I knew about it the next day!!! I was knackered haha. It was  nice to be able to walk behind the waterfall. waterproofs-required.jpg

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1 hour ago, catlover said:

Well done on the 2lb loss, that's brilliant 👍 me and the hubby went trekking in the Brecon beacons last week, was a long walk down to this waterfall, the Sgwd yr Eira, and even harder going back up, as it was all steps, I lost count how many, but each step was hulking your body weight up, and I knew about it the next day!!! I was knackered haha. It was  nice to be able to walk behind the waterfall.

Beautiful Catlover.  I can't do the hiking with my husband right now, because he needs knee replacement.  We are counting down the months (May) when he can retire and get it fixed. 

 

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