''Do you receive gifts of candy and cookies that you know will be too tempting to avoid? Consider dropping them by a homeless shelter. Although the homeless may struggle with health issues, the treats can help brighten their day.''
Of course, it's likely you'd not be able to give the homemade ones, but it would have to be packaged ones - not sure about the rules, though
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I love the SparkPeople Blog: 18 ways to stay on track during the Holidays
http://www.dailyspark.com/blog.asp?post= 18_ways_to_stay_on_track_over_the_holi days
My favorite and "New" tip was to mentally envision yourself saying NO thank you and/or passing up foods that are high calorie/high fat.
I am going to do that.
also, we still have our Spark Team offering strategies and support to lose weight over the Holidays: (read it here) http://www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/group s_individual.asp?gid=58417
Please feel free to join and post ideas that have or are working for you, and any challenges.
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