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Tis' the Season

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

I love the Christmas season, it truly is my favorite. I love the lights and just the amazing feeling the Christmas season brings with it. That being said, my pep up music for the past two days has been Christmas tunes, so now as I walk along the quad, my heading is swimming with them. So, just some food for thought, if you are in a sluggish mood, put on some Christmas tunes, they will help.
Anyway, today has been a lot better than the past few. I am back to eating what I know that I should and staying away for the things that I know I need to. It has been pretty easy today, but I am kind of getting worried about my trip coming up this Friday to South Carolina with the band. We will be eating in two malls during our trip, plus being given whatever they feed us on the bus. Band trip food isn't exactly the healthiest and I am worried about totally blowing my plan. I don't really know what I am supposed to do when I get back on the bus after a 5 hour game and a fried chicken box is waiting for me.
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  • BEACHLVRDENISE
    One thing you need to remember....you will be burning some major calories with all the movement you have in the show. Just peel the skin off the chicken...eat the chicken not the skin. You need the protein to keep you focused and you love chicken anyway. That is trying to make the best out of what you have...like lemonade from lemons
    3429 days ago
  • CJED_WDE
    Thanks Pam, you are always so inspiring :)
    3429 days ago
  • SLIMPAM23
    Oh Golly--- I don't envy you the bus trip kiddo - that is going to be tough. Do a little research on which fast food places have healthier choices. SP has a dining out article that would help!! And I will think lo-cal thoughts for you this weekend!!
    YOU CAN DO IT!!
    Pam
    3430 days ago
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