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ZZYYGGY3 SparkPoints: (60,165)
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12/29/13 10:08 A

Yes went over my calorie range but it was all mostly healthy

MCCC75 SparkPoints: (25,022)
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12/29/13 9:02 A

Absolutely! emoticon

1SHEYLA Posts: 8,767
12/29/13 7:01 A

no

TCANNO SparkPoints: (281,256)
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12/29/13 6:59 A

Yes, I did not stop even when I went over on Christmas Day. That was the only day I went over and by about 350 calories. The other days I had some left



1LADYLEO SparkPoints: (0)
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12/29/13 2:27 A

yes

DWROBERGE Posts: 287,406
12/29/13 1:36 A

emoticon

SIMONEKP Posts: 2,617
12/29/13 1:36 A

eve- yes; day- sort of, I didn't fully track dinner

DWROBERGE Posts: 287,406
12/28/13 7:22 P

emoticon

BETMAWAL Posts: 177
12/28/13 7:00 P

No.

ALLYALLYT Posts: 9,453
12/28/13 6:45 P

yes i did

KAZZIE531 SparkPoints: (69,668)
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12/28/13 6:41 P

abso..sparking..lutely

KNITTERARY SparkPoints: (15,816)
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12/28/13 6:31 P

Yes. I did eat some treats, and I wanted to know my calorie and protein totals so I could adjust my intake over the next few days. I was way under on protein and slightly over on calories.

MISSJANE55 SparkPoints: (42,272)
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12/28/13 5:20 P

yes.

EXOTEC Posts: 3,327
12/28/13 3:45 P

I tried! I made a handwritten list that I entered when I got back home... but it's hard to guesstimate homemade foods that were made by others. Luckily, most of what I ate was whole foods, and I didn't have to try to brainstorm about the other ingredients. I'm sure I was off in quantities of some things. I spent quite a while in front of the fruit tray! and I wasn't counting pieces, either. LOL

I did pretty well. But I didn't obsess about it. It was Christmas! gotta cut myself some slack sometimes.

HAPPYCPA1965 SparkPoints: (295,013)
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12/28/13 2:26 P

Yes

QUEEN-EYDIE Posts: 12,364
12/28/13 2:19 P

Yes!

QUILTINGQUE Posts: 3,110
12/28/13 11:50 A

no, I took it as a freebie day

BOB5148 SparkPoints: (389,527)
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12/28/13 11:10 A

most of it

FITWITHIN SparkPoints: (442,421)
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12/28/13 10:46 A

Nope, I didn't even bother or cared. I was doing a whole lot of prepping and preparing for my Christmas Dinner guest. I knew how the food was prepared and cooked. Lots of healthy meal overhauled.

DSCROW Posts: 1,201
12/28/13 10:41 A

nope but I did great. I even had a bite of two different treats but left the rest alone. I just needed a taste to not feel deprived!

KAB7801 SparkPoints: (83,315)
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12/28/13 10:21 A

No

MEXGAL1 Posts: 16,145
12/28/13 10:01 A

no

RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
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12/28/13 9:12 A

I did not because it became too complicated. But I did not go overboard except with wine.

782298 Posts: 23,910
12/28/13 7:20 A

emoticon no

TLEA53 Posts: 4,064
12/28/13 7:15 A

nope

CANADIANFROG09 Posts: 1,994
12/28/13 6:41 A

Yes!

DRLMAZ Posts: 2,547
12/28/13 6:18 A

no - it was too much to record

TENNISJIM Posts: 11,750
12/28/13 6:09 A

No, since we had chinese hot pot

GDANE3 SparkPoints: (203,837)
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12/28/13 6:02 A

Yes

ROXYCARIN SparkPoints: (95,965)
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12/28/13 1:30 A

Yes

BECKY0111 SparkPoints: (39,961)
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Posts: 218
12/27/13 11:06 P

no

WINSTONSUZ Posts: 5,518
12/27/13 10:53 P

yes

TACDGB Posts: 6,136
12/27/13 10:45 P

yes I did. I believe that Christmas is not an excuse to eat what ever I wanted and I didn't. I was right within my calorie range for which I am proud of. I have come a long way baby....

OFGREENGABLES Posts: 514
12/27/13 9:38 P

Nope.

ARTISTGATOGIRL Posts: 3,534
12/27/13 9:13 P

Yes

LOLA_LALA Posts: 659
12/27/13 9:08 P

No, but first thing Dec. 26, I was back to tracking.

No computer could've accommodated everything I ate on Christmas! emoticon

JBALDWIN29 Posts: 5,136
12/27/13 8:36 P

No I did not but I am back on track now.

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (108,021)
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12/27/13 8:33 P

Yes I record it everyday and was not surprised that I was over on both days but I expected that and was back to my normal routine today!

FIRECOM SparkPoints: (0)
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12/27/13 1:30 P

Yes I did. Unfortunately, the list was way too long.

EELPIE Posts: 2,700
12/27/13 1:27 P

No, and I won't New Years Day, either. Just for me, personally...I just need to have 1 day (esp. a holiday) that I don't need to track, and just relax a bit with it.

I can pretty much eye ball something that day and know if the portion is correct, and know if that food is high in fat, high in carbs. Christmas I doubled up on greenbeans, only ate a tiny helping of mashed potatoes, ate more prime rib, said no to bread.

It helps, too, that I'm not big on desserts, lol :)

But to each his own!

CJSNLOVE3 Posts: 404
12/27/13 1:24 P

No :-(

EMILYDOODLE Posts: 1,708
12/27/13 12:54 P

i logged all what i ate, hopefully i will not gain any weight. lol. oh well, get back to eating want i should the first of the year. you all have a wonderful new years. emoticon

THOMAS.H Posts: 17,765
12/27/13 12:33 P

Yes, and I did quite well I'm happy to say. :)

Edited by: THOMAS.H at: 12/27/2013 (12:33)
YELLOWDAHLIA SparkPoints: (94,831)
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12/27/13 12:30 P

[Laughing out loud] Heck no, I didn't record my food. What fun would that be? I just enjoyed myself, had some treats (lots) and next week I will get back on track.



PENNYSAVER2 SparkPoints: (140,833)
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12/27/13 12:07 P

Yes



JANTHEBLONDE Posts: 7,826
12/27/13 11:04 A

Yes!! emoticon

HHUGHES71 SparkPoints: (104,127)
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12/27/13 10:50 A

No.

SHERYLDS Posts: 17,088
12/27/13 10:43 A

Did I record all my food Christmas Eve and Day?
What
And put myself on Santa's naughty list for next year.....No Ho Ho

Edited by: SHERYLDS at: 12/27/2013 (10:43)
MEXGAL1 Posts: 16,145
12/27/13 10:26 A

no

EXCELDREAM SparkPoints: (82,833)
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12/27/13 6:52 A

I found Christmas Eve and Day (with party and pot luck dinner) difficult to record at a time I wanted to spend my time elsewhere. I gave it a good faith effort and then listed the rest (that I could remember) in notes. I didn't do extremely well avoiding every fattening item, but only ate a small portion of what I would have eaten before SP.
What about the rest of y'all?

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