Not Just A Blonde

We are "Not Just" who we seem to be on this Earthly plane, but so much more. We are ALL children of a loving God who is calling us home to Love. This blog is dedicated to those of us on that journey together…

I made it day 24…. down 3# from week1 and I am feeling pretty good. I can’t say I feel better than I did before I quit, but I might and just not remember how I felt because of the difficult early detox days! πŸ˜‰ I’m having 80% less cravings too so that’s been nice! …

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23 days done! Today I passed on pizza and homemade ice cream during our staff meeting at work… both sugar-infused and previous favorites of mine! I’m finding it easier and easier to resist sugary foods as I get closer each day to my 30 day goal! PS I enjoyed another latte today without flavorings! It’s a …

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Today marks the 22nd day of my sugar-free journey. I’m doing okay avoiding sugar, but it’s clear that I am naturally, instinctively, and perhaps even habitually drawn to sugar. I’d settle for honey or agave even but in my original commitment to this challenge I gave up those two as well thinking it might help …

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It’s entirely possible that I would never feel at peace without processed sugar in my diet. It is crazy to think that after 21 days of no processed sugar that I’ve noticed no immediate health or mental benefit of any kind… all I’ve felt is discomfort and subtle cravings.  I miss sugar. I REALLY miss …

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Day 20 of my sugar-free challenge was pretty uneventful. I’m getting used to knowing which foods I can eat and what foods to avoid so when I get hungry it is easier to figure out what I’m going to eat.  I’ve been eating more salt I think because of all of the meat and cheese. …

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I’ve made it 13 days (processed) sugar-free! Today was no harder, but no easier. I definitely am becoming more and more aware of what foods have added sugar and what don’t. I’m also learning of new things to enjoy that are sans sugar, so that’s cool. 13 days of learning how much I depended on …

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