We need to talk about that white powdery substance that makes me feel good. can't seem to keep it off my mind. It keeps me coming back for more. The more I have the more I want. It always manages to sneak its way into my thoughts. No matter how many times I tell myself I'm giving it up, no matter how many times I hide it away, no matter how many times I tell myself I can have it in moderation- I find myself elbow deep in a bag of gummy bears, sucking Reese's off my fingers or licking the batter out of the mixing bowl! Hi, my name is Dawn, and I'm addicted to sugar, it has been 3 weeks since my last fix.
I am doing my version of the clean eating thing again - its kind of a paleo/low carb/no sugar hybrid that better lends itself to living around the bay. I can cut the carbs, the alcohol, the dairy and the processed foods no problem - but sugar is always on my mind. I wake up with salivating from the previous night's Willie Wonka-ish dream. The worst part of my detox should be over - but I'm sitting here today chewing my nails wondering how to get my next fix.
I WILL NOT BREAK! I WILL NOT GIVE IN! I WILL NOT! OMG I WANT SUGAR!
I need THIS! I need a Kitchen Safe Then I could hide my sweets safely away and not sabotage myself. (hint hint Husband I think you should buy it for me)
I will not have sugar today *fingers crossed*
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You can do it!ReplyDelete
We get our sugar fix from fruit. It's sweet enough.
I know it's hard. My thing is potato chips. Probably every bit as bad as sugar.ReplyDelete
I love sugar too. I just had to dip my strawberries in sugar. Soooo delish. I haven't eaten a cookie in awhile, but I have been having nutragrain bars or yogurt or fruit for my sugar needs. Still though...I miss baking...ReplyDelete
Sounds like when I gave up chocolate. Took months for the cravings to go away. But they did, and I haven't eaten it in 12 years now.ReplyDelete
I don't put sugar on anything I eat, but I LOVE things that have sugar as an ingredient. IReplyDelete