I Quit Sugar, Days 17-23: The Days Run Into Each Other When Your Notes Aren’t Thorough.

I Quit Sugar, Days 17-23: The Days Run Into Each Other When Your Notes Aren’t Thorough.

What up, internet?

Apologies to those of you who have been checking WordPress every day, wondering when, oh when, I would next update. It’s been a whirlwind few days. I’ve been doing insane stuff like reading Sci Fi books, taking notes at meetings, roleplaying, going to work…

…ok, so maybe it was a touch more exciting at the time than it is in retrospect.

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I Quit Sugar, Day 10: Still fantasising about yule logs,but there were other things to think about.

I Quit Sugar, Day 10: Still fantasising about yule logs,but there were other things to think about.

Day 10 dawned bright and most unfashionably early, and I woke up with a blocked nose, a foggy head, and a dry and slightly stinging sensation in my mouth; all of which indicating that my winter cold is bravely marching on.

What a drag, I thought,¬†oblivious to the fact that, in a few moments’ time, my world was going to be rocked¬†to the core.

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I Quit Sugar, Day 9: Definitely Not Getting Any Easier.

I Quit Sugar, Day 9: Definitely Not Getting Any Easier.

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I’ve been meaning to write something about this for a while (9 days, to be precise), but other things like working and cooking and eating and sleeping kept on demanding my attention, the selfish bastards. But finally I find myself with half an hour or so of free time before I must enter the land of nod. I’m showered, my phone’s on the charger, and a cup of decaf English Breakfast sits on my bedside table. What better conditions could there be for writing about my feelings of CONSTANT, NEVERENDING WANT? Continue reading “I Quit Sugar, Day 9: Definitely Not Getting Any Easier.”