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CMCOLE
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4/16/13 7:29 A

Yes, this healthy journey is a learning experience, in many ways.

Good for you for discovering that, but not beating yourself up over choices you've made in the past - they can't be taken back, now; all you can do is move on from here.



EOWYN2424
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4/16/13 4:13 A

I love potato chips soooo much, but I make myself stick to just one serving, 2 if I'm desperate, no more!



LORIVIOLA
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4/15/13 7:55 P

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KKKAREN
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4/15/13 8:33 A

I have a learned a lot about portion sizes from Spark. Sometimes, if calories allow it, I have more than one serving. Sometimes I have more than one anyway. Fruit and veges are my favorites. No quilt here either!



LORIVIOLA
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4/14/13 8:14 P

well, i am learning about how much things count for while tracking. that the amount of bread that we usually eat (and this is a small loaf) is 4 servings. my steak serving was twice a serving, too. and the butter... well, i know i can be excessive on that. the veggies, i know what the serving size is there.

it was all absolutely delicious, and i do not feel one bit guilty. sometimes it's about enjoying every bite. savoring. which i did.

but, no, no guilt. i am learning and perhaps next time, i will have less of each thing (except the veggies.)



 
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