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Day Twenty – Kicking the Sugar Pimp in the Groceries for Thirty Days

Maybe I’m running out of ways to lament about my battle. I just heard a challenge that involves not only no sugar but no manufactured meat substitutes. My friend calls it franken meat. Although, I ‘ve let the sugar go (with the exception of what they slip into my yummy oat milk) I’m still eating… Read More »

Day Seventeen – Kicking the Sugar Pimp in the Groceries for Thirty Days

My plan was simple. Eat between 10am and 4pm only. It seemed easy enough and a snap to execute. But as Mike Tyson would say “everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face”. Well my face punch came quick and uninvited. What I failed to consider and plan for was the “big… Read More »

Day Thirteen – Kicking the Sugar Pimp in the Groceries for Thirty Days

At this point, I usually quit! I’m approaching the half way point and… Someone shoved me off the wagon yesterday. My neighbor made the hubby a cake and I wasn’t willing to be rude. Perhaps I should have stuck to my guns and had a cup of coffee instead. I could have waddled in guilt… Read More »

Day Eight – Kicking the Sugar Pimp in the Groceries for Thirty Days

Tonight’s the night ya’ll… I’m hosting a wonderful birthday party for my lovely husband. And this means (you know it), Carrot Cake! If I can walk way from this temptation, I can do the rest of this month in a most beast like fashion. Did I mention there would also be pizza? Many times we… Read More »

Day Five – Kicking the Sugar Pimp in the Groceries for Thirty Days

Ever have that feeling that the stars have aligned and the universe has your back? This is how I’m feeling day five of my sugar free quest. No unrelenting temptations or fooling myself by vowing to start again later. And here’s the best part… I’ve met a wonderful colleague, a brilliant visionary, who joined me… Read More »

Buffy Summers Would be Proud of How We’re Dealing with The Hell Mouth

When I have felt bad about myself or some life changing decision that I screwed up (when you are 20-25 every decision carries a healthy dose of doom and gloom), it is rarely about what us presently going on. Instead, I am worked up because of a past decision. What I am suggesting is an… Read More »