I love wine, but need to give it up to a glass every once in a while as my primary goal is weight loss. As long as you have alcohol in your body, it will burn it off prior to anything else as your body sees it as a toxin, therefore a priority to remove. I need my body to be burning through the fat!
You should have drank the whole bottle! Don't open good wine and not drink the whole bottle!
Throw the rest down the tank!
My concern for you is that you admit having a problem with leaving the bottle to stare at you!
Dude! either drink it or dump it!
10 years sober.... my advice... cease all alcohol consumption.
I have a glass (maybe 3 oz) of red 5 nights out of 7. DH loves a beer at night; I keep trying to remind him that it comes from grain, but he's Irish, so ....
Check this out....I had 1.75 glasses of wine last night (I had an open bottle...it was oxidizing..I had to finish it off!) and weighed this morning and I was 2 lbs down from my previous weighing. This is the 2nd time this has happened to me since going PB. So, Im contemplating a wine "flushing" being added to my lifestyle maybe once per week....
If you can just get your....mind together....then come on across to me.....
James Marshall (Jimi)Hendrix
I'm a huge fan of single-malt scotch (Laphroaig FTW) and good beer but literally every time I drink now I become extremely fatigued. Alas.
Scotch. Blended, single-malt, all good. I've noticed that when I do drink beer now, it hits me much harder than it used to, which I suppose is a good cost-saving benefit, since I usually only order decent beers.
Scotch and gin are my vices, usually no mixers, just ice (with seltzer as a side drink). I only drink on weekends.
I'm trying to cut back, but it's far too easy to celebrate a good Friday or distract from a bad Friday, you know?