Same here, I have eliminated sugar and radically reduced any other carbohydrates. It feels good. Also, I am gradually eliminating unnecessary expenses. What remains to eliminate in the new year is my boss. All for the sake of having more time for my son, short term and long term.
I am going to try to do another 6 weeks with Ranae's Wt. Challenge over on WL&D. The good news is I have not gained, but I have gone back to the sugar/carb thing you describe and such a shame cause it took me 2 weeks to detox and then I was bad and didn't do my part. :(
I'm probably the only smoker in the group. I quit for seven years but started again a few years ago...stupidity. I am smoking less than a half pack a day but it is still smoking. I want to quit. I hope I want to quit bad enough to make it. I know all the "help" that is available, been there, done that.
I think that will be my New Years Resolution. I also gained 12 poinds since I have been unable to work and I would like to loose that weight. I'm so bad!!
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