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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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    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!
    1435 days ago
    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!
    1436 days ago
    one step backward, two steps forward.
    1436 days ago
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