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I recently wrote about how I’m a complete sugar addict and since then I’ve fallen on and off the wagon over and over again, and each time has been due to my love, ice cream. Gosh, I love ice cream. I could eat it every day for every meal for the rest of my days and die a very large, but happy woman.
I just can’t keep doing this song and dance, though, because my overall health suffers and I’m a crank pot when I’ve eaten sugar, so to get back on the path to being the best me I can be (and lose a few pant sizes in the process), I created a new fat bomb recipe that will satiate my neeeeeeed for ice cream every night.
This one change is a huge change for me. My body just isn’t right when I’m eating bowls full of sugar each day. I even forget to take my vitamins at night because I’m so tired, which just leads to a litany of other problems.
I want to lead a healthier life because a healthier Summer is a happier summer, and a happier Summer is a Summer who wants to live life, and the Summer I am right now is really none of those things.
So I made a compromise with myself. I make it through a day without a cheat, I get a Sea Salted Chocolate Fat Bomb and one of the delicious, new Centrum Raspberry Vitamints from Walgreens. They’re essential vitamins you eat like a mint – whaaat? Lingering deliciousness while I get my vitamins? Yes, please. There are also some yummy gummies that go down easily and don’t feel like swallowing the horse pills of old.
And if you buy your Centrum vitamins at Walgreens, they’ll make a donation to Vitamin Angels, which is a foundation that provides vitamins to malnourished children in developing countries. When I buy my vitamins at Walgreens, I’m doing my body good and the body of a child good too.
So this is my plea to you to help me stick to my word by following me on Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, and/or Twitter to help me stick to my goals. And while you’re at it, get thy rear to Walgreens for some vitamins, and at the very least, help a malnourished child in need.
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