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WICKEDKISSES
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three days, no net

Friday, February 01, 2013

add in the weekend, and that makes a week of back tracking.... too tired.
I'm finding tracking my intake to be extremely tiresome, expecially since I *never* have the 'suggested' meals. Heck, can't afford them!
I'm doing okay though, mostly keeping my intake close to the suggested amounts, without tracking. I find myself undereating more often than overeating, still. Can't seem to break that habit.
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  • v WICKEDKISSES
    Frankly, I hate how obsessed I get over food when I track. I find myself setting aside things I'd rather do(Like take time with the kids, and time with my mates) and getting stuck on the computer. Even when I use the 'group' tool to create a single entry that is a meal I eat frequently.
    1243 days ago
  • v RUBYCLAIRE
    Hey Wicked, you seem to having the same difficulty I've been experiencing.

    Although I find them really great, I have NEVER gone by their suggestions. I've always put in my own foods and go from there. It's much more time consuming to begin with, but oh so worth it in the end.

    That's where I really screwed up was by not tracking any more so PLEASE don't stop tracking, it's crucial to getting, and staying, healthy. That's why it's part of the challenge that I posted for my week in the lime light, tracking and exercising 10 minutes a day.

    I do believe that's what has been holding me back, I haven't been tracking my food intake, nor have I been doing ANY exercises at all. Well, NO MORE!
    Come on kiddo, jump on the band wagon. YOU CAN DO IT!!!
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    1243 days ago
  • v ARNETTELEE
    Never say never....
    1246 days ago
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