Still Plugging Away

I miss caffeine. I miss feeling the magic elixir fill my body with happiness.  The Atkins plan advises against caffeine, especially during the initial phases but I gotta tell you, I don’t think that should apply to everyone.  Especially since I’ve written so little since I stepped away from my go juice!

I have managed to do some plotting and some scenes on what I’m calling “Seasons, for lack of a better title.”  And since “Teach Me To Forget” came out last week, I’ve been writing some blogs.  As a matter of fact, I’ll talking about TMTF on Romcon May 21.  Even better, “My Killer My Love” is up today, and there’s a chance to win a copy of your very own!

Maybe I need to do some shopping before I try to write again!

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3 responses to “Still Plugging Away

  1. Left-Brained Business for Write-Brained People

    Oh, gosh, I feel for you. I even carry Excedrin Migraine in my purse for when I need a caffeine hit and can’t drink a cup of coffee. I started taking them for sinus headaches years ago when I had a sample pack in my purse and I was trapped at a mall event where I couldn’t “take a coffee break”. And yes, it’s great for all kinds of headaches. But best of all, it gives me that quick of caffeine I need to keep going. I know Atkins has worked for a lot of people, but no caffeine would get me shopping for another diet. I’m a very, very weak human being. Sigh… Just know if you survive you’ll be my hero {laugh}.

  2. I feel for you. Coffee is no longer my weakness. But I have others. Good luck with Atkins. It’s a hard tightrope to walk. One slip and ->

  3. Atkins, or at least a low carb lifestyle, has been a lifesaver for me. I’m just not really good at following all those pesky rules! One of my Atkins mentors has successfully trimmed down, but refused to give up the caffeine. So I know it can work.
    I let myself “cheat” from time to time, in small ways. That seems to help. When you have to evict an entire other person from your body, occasional rewards are a help.

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