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KATIE02202004 Posts: 16
5/3/12 1:07 P

Great tips, thanks!!!

ERICADAWN1986 SparkPoints: (34,877)
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5/3/12 1:06 P

I had a trifecta of wedding, baby shower, and social party with friends last weekend. I went over my calories (not by much) twice last week. It felt really crappy and I had to spend a ton of time at the gym to make it up. Track your food so you stay on track! You'll be happy with yourself later!

KATIE02202004 Posts: 16
5/3/12 11:44 A


MARATHONDAD SparkPoints: (28,046)
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5/3/12 11:43 A

good for you I know it will be hard but you can do it

KATIE02202004 Posts: 16
5/3/12 11:25 A

No mint julep for me, maybe a few jello shooters though LOL!!!!

KATIE02202004 Posts: 16
5/3/12 11:25 A


KESTRUNK Posts: 196
5/3/12 11:20 A

Of course you can do it! Personal challenges are great if you start small! Only one mint julep for me on Saturday!

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
5/3/12 10:30 A

Good luck... you can do it.

KATIE02202004 Posts: 16
5/3/12 8:20 A

I live in Kentucky and this weekend is the Kentucky Derby, so the parties will be abundant just like the food. I gave myself a personal challenge to remember that I still choose the right things to eat and avoid those that will make me feel guilty. And somehow I think I can do it this time!!!!!

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