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BLUEKITTYJAN
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2/20/13 2:55 P

I opps constantly. Yet I don't want to eliminate anything. I will try your idea but I think my problem is chocolate.



VIAPAPILLON
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2/12/13 2:36 P

I like this idea! Thanks, I will try this myself emoticon



UMMWALEED
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2/12/13 11:51 A

emoticon idea.
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MI-ELLKAYBEE
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2/12/13 11:31 A

emoticon Very creative!



MTNMOMMA3
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2/12/13 12:31 A

I have been eating reasonably well but every day would go just a little over my calorie limit. So I took sheet of paper and folded it in half length wise. I numbered 1-14 down the left margin and 15-28 down the right margin, for the days in February. Then I cut strips for each number to within an inch of the center.

Every day I stayed under 1500, I tore off the date strip. The days I went over, I wrote down the food(s) that put me over the edge. It has been so helpful to find out what foods I really can not eat while dieting.



 
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