(tĕmp-tā́shən) - 2 definitions - The American Heritage® Dictionary
temptation (n.) The act of tempting or the condition of being tempted.
temptation (n.) Something tempting or enticing.
Yesterday was hard. I tried to get in all my water, managing getting in 2 1/2 in stead of the 3 needed.
I also tried to eat healthy... Breakfast: oats w/ cranberries, strawberry bannana yogurt w/ granola. Lunch:Beef Veggie soup, grilled cheese (this was bad) Snack: (Temptation came in; cheesecake, cookie, small rescee cup) I chose the recee cup. Dinner: Chicken, mashed potato, carrots, salad, 1 glass red wine (this helps belly fat).
Temptation is a dirty word, yet is so good. And I was / we all are faced with it daily, especially in my work atmostphere of food and fun.
I rejected these tempting items... Cheesecake (Cheesecake factory too), Cookies, second helping of mashed potatos, starbucks coffee, more cookies, a coke with my lunch. As a result of this temptation, this enticment the scales compliment me with 1lb off. (168)
Off to work out and striving to stay focused.