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Still sliding sideways.

Tuesday, February 05, 2019

I am digging in because yesterday I really slid sideways. I had a bunch of Junk and aduly beverages. First thing this morning I cleaned house. Threw all the junk into the garbage. It felt good. I struggle with throwing away good food i paid for. However today I chose for my future instead of my wallet.
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    It's hard to get rid of food. I guess if it were canned or boxed and unopened, you could donate to a food pantry but once opened there's not much you can do. I usually give mine to the kids if they come in for a visit. If not, I close my eyes and chuck it out. It's hard but now if I want something 'bad' I will only buy a single serving of it which also means I have to go out special to get it. Since I guess I'm lazy, I usually won't go out special just to get a bag of chips or a can of pop/soda. So it does get easier.

    You did good! Be proud of your choice!
    804 days ago
    Good choices. I've thrown out or given away food I shouldn't have purchased. It's very satisfying
    805 days ago
    Way to go!
    805 days ago
    Pick yourself up and dust yourself off and start over again.
    805 days ago
    I have trouble throwing the stuff out too. I try to not buy it so when the cravings hit it would require getting up and leaving the house but with 3 kids that's sometimes easier said than done. Good luck getting back on track.
    805 days ago
    Good choice
    805 days ago
    Good choice!

    Keep on Keeping on!

    Make today the greatest day of your life!
    Until tomorrow!

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