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  1. Luckily, I’m not a fan of coffee unless it is stacked with cream + sugar + syrup, etc. Makes it easy for me not to drink it everyday, because if I did, I’d be a million lbs!

  2. I’ve never really been addicted to coffee, but once I felt myself becoming dependent on it – my body would hurt in the morning until I had it – I decided that was not good and I switched to decaf. Now I drink tons of tea and I have a cup of coffee every once in a while as a treat 🙂

  3. Interesting. I love me some coffee….and its not just the caffeine! I love the flavor. I usually do full caf in the AM and decaf of half caf in the afternoon. Good luck to both of them on giving it up!!! And I hope you’re having a good Monday 😉

  4. can’t do coffee – love the smell, hate the taste. i wish i did like it because it’s everywhere!

    sabrina – about meeting up in march for some camera info, that’s fine with me, send me over an email and let me know what dates you have. talk soon!

  5. I used to drink about 4 cups of coffee a day, but now I’m down to a BIG cup in the morning and a decaf cup in the afternoon. I really want to quit, but I actually like the taste. I rarely drink, don’t smoke, exercise and eat a very healthy diet. If coffee is my worst vice, I think I’m okay overall 🙂

  6. I LOVE coffee, but rarely drink actual brewed coffee. Every day I have a 12-ounce skim latte in the morning, and if I’m draggin’ in the afternoon, sometimes I’ll have a second. I’ve been drinking a ton of hot tea lately because I got really sick of the K-cup coffee varieties they keep in my office!

  7. I am a coffee lover! I love the taste and finding local roasts, as well as sampling coffee from different regions. I enjoy an espresso daily and leave it at that, although I’m known to have an extra one at work just for the taste.

    I often wonder what it would be like to quit, but I’m not quite ready yet! Thanks for the info!

  8. Congrats to PB! I remember giving up caffeine; it gets so easy with time and I would actually dread drinking real coffee now

  9. GREAT post Sabrina!!! I do drink one cup coffee almost every morning. I really enjoy the flavor. As of now I feel it’s a problem but once in a while I think about giving it up. I also drink lots of green and herbal teas.

    My addiction was sugar. It was REALLY BAD. I felt like it was controlling my life. I would go out of my way to get it, lie about it, of hide it. A candy binges were a reoccurring problem. It was keeping me from my weight loss goals and eating away at my self confidence. December of 2007 I decided to give it up for a year. It was one of the best decision in my life. That year turned into two. I tried moderation but it just wouldn’t work. Cold turkey was the only thing that worked. Just this past January I decided to introduce homemade desserts made with natural sugars back into my diet. So far so good. Because I have to make them it’s not easy to eat them. It probably just be mental but my cravings don’t seem to kick in as hard with natural sugars. I have an entire category on my blog devoted to sugar addiction. It was that bad! 😉

  10. janetha

    that is just the saddest journal entry ever!!!

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