It all starts with Halloween...
separate days or weeks:
Hanukkah, Dec. 9-16
Christmas, Dec. 25
Kwanzaa, Dec. 26- Jan.1
New Years, Dec. 31-Jan.1
(Please forgive me if I omitted your special holiday.)
all together as one big holiday:
from October through December I celebrate
Maybe you like to fool yourself into thinking of them as separate holidays.... as if there is some kind of break in between.
But we all know that once we start eating that Halloween candy
it's just one big feast until the end of the year.
Then comes Jan. 2 and we make out our list of New Year's Resolutions and then we start the dreaded diet.
We all know how that turns out.
The Easiest Diet Plan *
No need to wait until the first of the year!
This is a diet plan that you can start right now
and you can adjust it to fit your taste and desired results.
(I am not selling or endorsing anything)
Here is a sample of one day's menu.
1 small portion lean, steamed chicken
(Maybe even a few chocolate chip cookies)
4 glasses of wine (red or white)
1 whole Sarah Lee cheesecake
A diet plan that I am able to follow...
and with predictable results!
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Thank you to Make.Bake.Celebrate. for the beautiful Swirly Halloween Cookies.