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Good start.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Well, a good start. First. I HAD MILK for my cereal. Tra La!!!!! Very exciting. Then, off to work, and I had a good morning with my legal assistant. We accomplished a lot.

Then, for lunch, not so good. I brought my lunch, an then decided it can wait until tomorrow. I went OUT to Burger King. BAD BAD BAD. But, I am still within guidelines on everything I must watch, more carefully, what I have for dinner, but that will not be a problem. Never is.

Oh, well. Onward and upward!1

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AMALIA8 11/20/2012 10:28AM

    Great job starting the day off right! You can make small changes to your eating out habits to make them more healthy or at least less calories. For example, I was getting the Baconator at Wendys (just ketchup which means no mayo). I then went down to the Son of Baconator. That saved quite a few calories but was still pretty darn high. I switched recently to the Junior Bacon Cheeseburger and it has much less calories. I am still always wanting my fries, but I think what I'll do next time is get a side salad (which is great) with no dressing or croutons and then just a small fries so that it's not as big of a damage like the large I normally get. So, just try something like that next time. Go down a size in burger OR get a smaller sized side. You are doing fantastic! Keep it up!

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DIET_FRIEND 11/19/2012 4:01PM

    Even at BK, you can make a better choice: a small burger, omit mayo, don't eat at least half of the bun, get small fries versus super-size, diet soda or water, salad, grilled chicken. You can track it and make allowances in other areas of your day. Keep on sparking!

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PATRICIAAK 11/19/2012 3:52PM

    one step backward, two steps forward.

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