Was bad yesterday

Friday, January 22, 2010

Have stopped food for thought with the discovery of cookbook. Now I just have to start entering them lol.

I was VERY bad yesterday, was doing good leaving work at only 750 cal (before dinner) and was invited out to drinks and appies with the girls. I figured what the heck why not? Well where we went had no options on the menu that were not doused in cheese or were deep fried I was even polietly refused just have taco chips and Salsa instead of nachos by our server emoticon So Shared an App platter with my girls....big diet mistake 1 nachos, deepfried spring roll cactus fries and wings later I was way up and with all the sugary girly drinks my Calories count went up to 4330. emoticon It's really making me start to think more about how much of the wieght gain I've had can be attributated to not only bad eating but heavy drinking with the pals, at 23 it's quite a common evening out. This one night has also probally taken over all my work at the gym this week....This was the first time I put my drinks into the nutri Calculator, it's scary.

So in retrospect I've decided I'm pretty much going to quit drinking for 3 months and see how much it takes off....hopefully it works....
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    Good for you for acccounting what you did eat! I mean I for one even would be guilty for not tracking it. I know its hard to go out and enjoy yourself when your watching what you eat but sometimes you may have to do it. So instead of appy's have a nice salad I know its not as tasty and such but you could then have a drink and not feel so bad!
    I have decided to quit drinking, not that I did much , for a few months too. If I have had a good day though I will drink one I think, but I know its hard to eat out ! I hope you have great day today! Congrats on being honest with yourself! emoticon
    2976 days ago
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