Need a little extra will power to cut down on sweets? Let's cheer each other on and share ideas about tricks on how to say no to that dessert, candy, cake, ice cream or cookie when it's just calling your name.
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I've decided to have one small piece of dark chocolate after dinner to satisfy my sweets craving and that's it. I actually found a Charles Chocolate single serving piece of chocolate at the market near my house for $0.50, so I'm going to walk over after dinner and buy it, one at a time. Probably the walk will burn most of it off, and I still get to satisfy my sweet tooth.
LOL, I love the idea of walking it off while going to get it.
I, too, have found that if I have a small piece of dark chocolate - good quality stuff, so I don't feel I'm fobbing myself off - then mostly my cravings are satisfied. If I am going to have it, I take it to work in my lunch box, and eat it after lunch or in the afternoon. That way, because I only hve the one (5g) piece with me, I can't decided to have another.