Sox Win!

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'Twas a glorious weekend for Chicago baseball as the Sox lose the first game at home but take the next 2 to win the series! I love hearing all the Cub fans whine about this call or that play and how lucky the Sox were. Never understood it, but love to hear it!

My problem was during Saturday's game. I went over my 2000 calorie limit by about 700 without even knowing what happened due to the excitement over the 8-7 Sox victory (even Cub fans agree it was the best of the series). This is the second Saturday in a row I've went over. Part of the problem is that I hate crowds, and since most people are home on the weekends, I tend stay in the house which leads to boredom and more eating. I'll have to figure something out but knowing what triggers certain behavior is half the battle, so I'm now aware at least.

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You know how it goes. The kids come along, there’s less time for you and in trying to keep up with their busy lives, your eating choices aren’t always so hot.

Greg Ortiz is a 39-year-old south suburban man who, tried, with the Sun-Times’ help, once before to get back to the athletic — and thinner — guy he once was.

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This page contains a single entry by Greg Ortiz published on June 28, 2009 6:42 PM.

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