The day after Christmas found me standing in the kitchen again, asking the age old question…”What’s to eat?”
Why am I back on the prowl? Well, after just one day of breaking training (my diet) my body responded by craving sugar once again! Pitiful really, but it just proves that sugar is like a drug to me and I best keep away from it!
So, I went back to my regular, no sugar eating plan today, and I am determined to stay this way. Sugar-free if you will!
Now, I did enjoy my Stollen on Christmas, delicious as it was, and because of the bad tooth, I did use a little Rum, medicinally. That tooth, whichever one it is, was surely bothering me!
I received a phone call this morning from my dentist’s secretary. I’d left a message on their machine on Christmas Eve, and she called me to find out what the problem was. She immediately made an appointment for me to see him in the morning. Thank you so much, Sandra!
The Insurance Adjuster came by to see our roof. Have I mentioned that in the windstorm last week, the cap on part of the roof blew off? Well, yes, and thankfully we had waterproofing done until after the first of the year when repairs will be made.
Both Jack and I went to get the mail, my new Real ID License arrived (15 days after I applied), and then we both took naps. We’re still tired, but at least our little naps helped some.
So as the day after Christmas comes to a close, I need to plan a few low carb meals and think of how we can celebrate New Year’s Eve without me breaking training.
4 thoughts on “Sugar”
Whenever I start craving something sweet I chop up an apple, sprinkle it with cinnamon and dip it in natural peanut butter
It is so hard to stay away from carbs/sugar! Kudos to you for jumping back on the diet so fast! Hope your tooth is an easy fix!! Toothaches are awful!!
Craving aren’t no fun and can be quite stressful
I’m sure you’ll find a great menu for New Years. Maybe surf and turf?