no I didn't.........it's been one of those days where food has not been an issue.
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13,107 1/3/14 10:41 P
I ate and ice cream sundae.
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1/3/14 9:42 P
By eating junk and not caring about counting calories. Also I almost didnt work out today.
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2,545 1/3/14 8:55 P
I agree that a piece of candy and some nuts is not that bad! Yes an extra large candy bar and a pound of nuts would be bad.
Nor is going out for a meal and enjoying yourself once in a while, even if it means you went over your calorie range.
This is a journey not a sprint race.
What I have learned is to not miss meals...I do best if I eat every 2 or 3 hours rather than eating 2 or 3 big meals a day.
And I plan for dessert and chocolate!
1/3/14 8:13 P
ate what I thought would be good rather than what was the better choice
1/3/14 8:05 P
Thankfully I did nothing today. I did good today.
PS. I dont think that a piece of candy and some sugared nuts is sabotage. If you ate the whole bag of candy and the whole can of nuts. Then it would not be good, but not so terrible. Just start all over.
And you don't have to give up everything that you love. The best part of Spark People is that we can eat what we like as long as we track it. And stay in our ranges.
Sometimes we go out of our ranges. And we just start all over.
1/3/14 4:46 P
I've been out for a carvery meal. Enjoyed it. I don't consider it to be sabotaging my efforts though. Just part of a healthy lifestyle having a treat from time to time. Rather than have a dessert at about 500 cals we came home and had dessert - just over 200 cals, so tried to be a little bit good. Even so the meal totalled over 1000 cals.
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