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Really Wanted to Stop for Breakfast

November 14th, 2012 at 07:17 am

I really wanted to stop for breakfast this morning. I tried to rationalize it every way I could. But in the end I drove right past Burger King. I am fixing to go make my oatmeal.

DD and I went to the rec department last night and walked around the indoor walking track. We went around 7 times which equals a mile.

We stopped by the apple orchard on the way home and I got some red delicious apples. I thought they would be better than the ones I could buy at the grocery store, but sadly they weren't. They were about the same. Lesson learned.

Apparently I didn't cancel my weight watchers correctly because I was charged for it today. I went in and cancelled it right and emailed them requesting a refund. Hopefully they will do that.

7 Responses to “Really Wanted to Stop for Breakfast”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Great job getting a little exercise in! That will make a big difference in your weight loss goals. It helps to have a partner like your DD, too.

  2. Major Rorymullen Says:

    Our family used to spend a minimum of $15.00 for breakfast, and this morning I made eggs and had coffee at home saving us $15.00. I can understand the want to spend money for breakfast, but health and money wise, you did the right thing.

  3. CB in the City Says:

    I am often tempted to buy breakfast, too. My saving grace is carrying granola bars in my train bag.

  4. SecretarySaving Says:

    Exactly how were you eating out every morning on Weight Watchers? That's what I'm trying to figure out.

  5. rob62521 Says:

    Good job on not eating out and exercising!

  6. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Way to go!

  7. snafu Says:

    BurgerKing bkfst: Calories 470, 32 gms fat, 1060 mg sodium/salt.
    Would it be easier to make a 3 day batch of Oatmeal to just heat 'n eat [microwave]? Would you make frittata or baked egg in the evening to cut in squares to travel? Combining health, weight and cost avoidance makes you a triple winner.

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