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Thursday, February 21, 2013

I have been tracking my food and fitness pretty well the last few weeks, but this week has been hard with the sweets. I haven't gone overboard, but I don't have a true count for the calories. My husband was given a pan of homemade brownies. He cut down a tree for an elderly woman and she surprised him with the brownies. It was very sweet for her to do that and I did cut them up in small pieces, but tonight I felt guilty for eating one. Especially with not knowing what the calories are. I really hope I don't weigh in on Monday and screw up my momentum. I guess I will kick up my cardio tomorrow and for the rest of the week. I DO NOT WANT TO GAIN!!!

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ROCKMAN6797 2/23/2013 2:54PM


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HPSANDDOLLAR 2/22/2013 10:59AM

  Good plan.

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LOSE2CRUIZE 2/22/2013 6:22AM

    Don't feel guilty!! The old you would have probably ate a bunch! It is so much better to "give in" and have a small one than wait it out and let them taunt you until you have 4-5. One little thing like a brownie is not going to ruin your overall progress.. so don't ever look back and keep pushing forward!
You've got this!


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VW_STEPH 2/22/2013 3:27AM

    Try to look at the positive side of this and see that you onlyate the one brownie and you stopped. I'd find it hard not to gobble them all up - so well done you! emoticon

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IMREITE 2/21/2013 10:19PM

    we had free donuts at work the last 2 days. I never buy them at work, but when they are free, it is so much more tempting.

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LYN-EDWY 2/21/2013 9:45PM

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