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    bad day for me too. I had lollies/chocolate today ... and having a beer now

    oh well. tomorrow is another day

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    Love this thread - I'm a big snacker and after dinner is danger period for me. The only thing I changed is I just can't have bad food in the house. I find a bit of honey in my peppermint tea helps, but will eat all the chocolate if it is here.
    Bad cravings tonight, did have a mini bounty but I have been so good all week it was my one little treat - surprisingly I don't want anymore (I use to eat half a family block at least 3 times a week!!)

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    I brush my teeth when I start to feel like I might want to eat something I shouldn't. There's no way I'll go to bed with unbrushed teeth and I know I won't be bothered brushing them a second time. Works for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    I brush my teeth when I start to feel like I might want to eat something I shouldn't. There's no way I'll go to bed with unbrushed teeth and I know I won't be bothered brushing them a second time. Works for me
    I'm taking your advice and doing this tomorrow night. I fell off the wagon royally Oh well, off to bed with good intentions for tomorrow!

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    Can't be as bad as me, I had pizza for dinner I blame the school disco for a late night and me not wanting to cook.

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    Think I will start brushing my teeth after dinner. We had pizza for dinner and I was full but still ate choc cake and ice cream :-(

    My hard work having weightloss shakes all week is probably all undone in one night

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    I have been pretty good today. Only had a tiny piece of cake after dinner and did some exercise.
    Now dh has just opened a pack of my fave chips and I am using all my will power to not have any!!
    How is everyone else going?

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    I had a good night last night. Was peckish at 9.30 so had some strawberries.

    We're going to the beach for dinner tonight (fish and chips). Really hoping I can be strong and get a salad instead (there's a place there with lovely ones). I find when I eat fatty foods that it triggers more cravings.

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    went out for dinner last night. had cake, drinks, all kinds of bad things.



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    Since I've been doing the lo carb thing I haven't struggled since Wednesday when I had my late night pancake binge. I have had my dinner and not snacked at all, I've definitely felt better for it.


 

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