I've given up sugar and it's been 3 days into this "project". I haven't felt a change as yet, but I've noticed that I'm eating a lot of bread, which is naturally sweet to hit my small cravings. I don't know if this is any better for me!
I'm just sick to death of eating sugar all the time though and with consumers adding sugar to absolutely everything we eat. It's no wonder so many people have type 2 diabetes. It's the legal drug that's always been around. As addictive as
I may delete this soon as it's too recent, personal and raw. So you may as well read whilst you can...
Updated March 8, 2014 at 07:22 PM by DAVIE
Yes, funnily enough some positive things are swinging in my direction. I was confronted strangely enough by my horrible teacher who used to abuse my friends and I back in 1999. She suggested that she would take me home and although frightened and slightly afraid she somehow got me to agree to be her passenger (god knows how). But she was pleasant () and gave me news that a full time job was being offered in the next 2 months and that she would put my name forward and try to get me the job
Updated March 6, 2014 at 09:38 PM by DAVIE
Yes, 2 days late. I'm always late (as always). But I did celebrate St David's Day with lamb and mint for my tea and plenty of drinks to gulp into the night! I am strangely proud to be Welsh and we do have a few benefits here that others haven't! Free prescriptions and reduce student fees to name a few! I doubt Wales will go independent. We're not Scotland nor will ever be in that position either! Apart from RAIN RAIN RAIN I'm happy to be living in a country with a mythological creature as our flag.
Updated March 3, 2014 at 11:58 PM by DAVIE
And then you disappear like something out of a Salem story
You disappear like a banker who’s gone with his bonus money
I’m stood here alone in past tense looking through the electric fence
My identity awaits for me, fading as it's supposed to be
Whilst I’m beaten, butchered and tortured like an animal
No country is willing to care