I've always noticed a corrilation (sp) between my eating and exercise habits and my drinking. Now that I've quit I've been able to stick to a better program of eating and exercise and it has motivated me more to stay off the booze. In the past I had a all or nothing attitude where if I drank I was being unhealthy so I mind as well be really unhealthy and get Steak and Shake. I guess I'm lucky in the fact that alcohol made me gain weight, because at least there is yet another reward of quitting...Too bad I fell off my DIET wagon the last week and feel like crap, but I'm not going to drink.
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