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SABLENESS Posts: 4,294
11/27/11 9:37 P

Not bad at all. I stuck to reasonable portions of things I really like, enjoyed a small piece of my mom's homemade pecan pie with half the crust, no roll since I had stuffing, skipped the corn, drank water, and went over calories by only 400 points. Also put in some serious time on my exercise bike in the morning.

PEGGIE57 SparkPoints: (93,056)
Fitness Minutes: (60,908)
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11/27/11 9:12 P

I had 3 Thanksgiving meals & I contributed to 2 of them. The other one, I went to the buffet. I didn't do too bad. I didn't stuff myself. Today, we ate pie a few hours later instead of having a full-blown supper. That's tradition in my family.

TATTER3 SparkPoints: (256,721)
Fitness Minutes: (175,205)
Posts: 14,829
11/27/11 8:40 P

Well the season is wrapping up! I'm getting back on track tomorrow....it's a plan! Let's just keep Sparkin'!!

CAR58OLE Posts: 718
11/25/11 3:49 P

Did OK - but didn't track!

I just kniow that I did better than I "usually" do! emoticon

LUANN_IN_PA Posts: 16,375
11/25/11 2:47 P

I did very well.. just 500 over on calories.

MCFHARPIST SparkPoints: (37,974)
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Posts: 1,406
11/25/11 1:44 P

Since we're all in the Over 50 group, I'm guessing many of us were the preparers of the Thanksgiving feast. At least where I live, I was!

I decided to log my entire Thanksgiving Day on the food tracker. I didn't use my scale as that would have been a bit strange with a table full of guests. Instead, I played the estimation game where necessary all day and determined that I consumed 2,632 calories. After all that, I was still UNDER my daily goal for protein!

How did you do?

Spark On!

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