Thursday, January 1, 2009

Day 276- Nutrition Bite

"As the world says goodbye to 2008 and hello to 2009, the lingering effects of last year -- belly fat, cigarette addiction, heaps of debt -- linger on for some people. Slimming down, stopping smoking and reducing debt almost always top the list of annual New Year's resolutions and, according to some Chattanoogans, they're still No. 1 on the hitlist." http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28459393/#storyContinued

Sugar Preacher's Experience
It is interesting that resolutions are the same each year. Maybe, people are not accomplishing their goals or the previous resolutions require continued effort from one year to the next. The great thing about New Year's resolutions is it facilitates improvement. The biggest room we have is the room for improvement. I am excited for a new year to continue my sugar shun and improve in other areas of my life. Have a great year!!

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