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Thursday, November 17, 2011

I recently had to spend over a week away from home staying in a hotel and being forced to eat out for all my meals, having little idea of the calories in the meals I was eating I came back fully expecting to have gained weight. Instead to my delight I had lost 3lbs.
emoticon I had eaten more at each meal but had not snacked at all, no biscuits chocs etc like I would at home.

Now if only I could continue at home
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    Hmmmmm. This happens to me when I have snacks and chips around ... I WILL eat them.
    1797 days ago
    way to go!! i lose wt when im on vacation too. i know its because i dont snack either and i frequent buffets where i can make an interesting and tasty salad every day and have a good selection of lean protein as well as healthier desserts (sugar free jello vs the other hope things are going well and congrats on ur weight loss!

    ps..happy thanksgiving! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1798 days ago
    Hmmmm... how interesting.
    And they tell us to eat snacks every few hours to keep our metabolisms revved up.
    Maybe your body was just happy for the change of pace.
    Anyway- enjoy it!
    1800 days ago
    Nice job!
    1800 days ago
    1800 days ago
    emoticon You did soooo well!!
    1800 days ago
    Woo Hoo! Congratulations on the weight loss! Well done for not having snacks! I think that is the way to go! Seems to work for me too! Recently I didn't have time for snacks and I lost weight. Now I am back to eating the, its creeping up! But what do I do? My diabetic nurse says eat snacks! Hell!

    I love coming to your page to see your lovely roses. Are they from your garden?
    1800 days ago
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