Sugar Free February
February 2019

Radka takes on Sugar Free February

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Radka Feichtingerova

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80 Complete
80% of £100.00 target

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This challenge brings me the motivation I need to ditch on sugar. Thanks for your support.

There is more than one reason why I have signed up for the Sugar Free February Challenge. Obviously, the more important one is to help a good cause but I also do it for myself as I am having problems with sugar intake for almost a year now. I am taking this challenge as an opportunity to reduce my sugar cravings. I thought it might keep me more motivated since it is not only for my but also for someone else. Thank you so much for visiting my page, keep your fingers crossed for me, I will do my best to successfully finish this challenge.

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Radka Feichtingerova


As I am heading to the half of the month, I have to admit that I start craving sweet stuff slightly. But I am remaining strong and fuel myself with fruits. Also, suddenly I found out how almonds are sweet as well.

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First day was quite alright. I craved chocolate but I realised that it was because I was a bit stressed and in tension. Didn’t let myself have one though.

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In 55 minutes, the challenge starts. Can’t wait for it. ❤️


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Radka Feichtingerova


I can't wait for February to start. I am struggling with sugar intake for such a long time. I take this challenge as an opportunity to finally win this battle.

Total raised£80.00



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