It’s Saturday! I haven’t blogged about my weekdays yet. And perhaps I can include this weekend along.
Last weekend and Monday were days not to be proud of. I tried to make up for it last Tuesday and Wednesday with my usual selection of pineapple juice or Fit & Right. Surviving on other flavored drinks, I was able to stave off soda. A planned Wednesday night dinner even had me opting for bottomless iced tea, despite the mouth-watering dishes that were better consumed with iced cola. Continue reading I Drank Coke While I Was Sick
Like numerous others, I fell for the “diet soda/zero calorie” trick. I opted for Zero over red a lot of times, until I realized that it was making me fat anyway.
Men’s Health explains why diet soda makes us fat.
Cover image: 38:366 (Y2) – Havre’s Shopping Mecca by Nomadic Lass
Addicted. Dictionary.reference.com defines the adjective as being compulsively or physiologically dependent on something. Yours truly is an addict; well not to heroin or cocaine but to another coke – soda. Coke is the beverage among all beverages, according to myself. I’ve lived many years dependent on it during events, non-events, or even the daily routine. I see an army of Coke cans or bottles and my heart pumps faster in excitement. If the sea is a big body of Coke, I’ll gladly drown in it. That’s like heaven on earth. Continue reading Addicted
Another week is almost over and you may wonder what am I up to now.
It was a rollercoaster of a week with ups and downs. I would like to say a big THANK YOU to the few readers of this blog. Cheers to my readership! Continue reading The Weekdays
Coke Zero had been one of my favorite drinks ever since it came out. But I never lost the doubt about it’s “healthiness” compared to its other Coke cousins.
Marc Perry answers the question “Is Coke Zero bad for you?”. Read his answer.
Cover image: ice cold soda by Ginny
After two days of avoiding the much-desired Coke came the first weekend of the Fizz No More project. Weekend is usually when I abuse (I think indulge is the more appropriate word) myself by drinking liters of my beloved Coke. Somehow, weekend and soda made a perfect match. Continue reading The First Weekend
Aside from the first step, the follow-up is usually harder. People tend to flake when the second time they had to do something, how hard it is becomes more apparent. But that’s exactly when discipline and commitment will get a spring. Dare we call quitters-after-the-first-time people weak. Continue reading Dos: Follow-Up