100 days without sugar; 90 to go.

New readers start here; Our heroine had successfully lost over 60 lbs, but has slowly gained back a stone. Shocked at the shocking state of her, she resolves to do without sugar for 100 days.

And that you all should hear about it, you lucky people.

Now read on…

You would be so proud of me yesterday. When I got home after work I put out the bins, cut the grass and washed down the patio in the back garden, started and emptied the dishwasher and washed the kitchen floor as I headed down to the creche. As a reward, for dinner yesterday, I gave myself the biggest serving of lasagne. And it wasn’t bad lasagne either, Himself had made it with three types of meat and chilli powder, so it was delicious. I really couldn’t complain at all, so I’m not going to.

Gosh, what a long week. I’ve been at my desk at 7.30 am twice this week, and I’m working late tonight as well. I was so tired yesterday after my long day, my swim, everything, that I gave myself a break this morning and I didn’t go for my swim. I know, I know, the first faltering step is the first failing step, but I didn’t think I could function and still do everything I have to do today. I have seen the end of the first ten days without sugar, and some days were really, really hard. That’s why I have gone out and gotten this.


Nyom nyom, nyom nyom nyom.

Nyom nyom, nyom nyom nyom.

It is a bar of chocolate, and shortbread biscuits, made with artificial sweeteners. I don’t think they can be regarded as very healthy, but they will do quite well as a fall back plan if I find I am weakening. I want to use the weekend to see if I can make up some substitutes using Splenda, etc. I have no trouble avoiding it during the day, it’s my cup of tea after dinner that sees the real temptation arrive. Wish me luck!

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