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What Are You?

Saturday, April 13, 2013

This morning on Facebook there was a picture that said "Calories don't count on the weekends." I have tried very hard since the few weekends I have been here at Spark to follow my food program and stay with in range. I am curious. Do you take the weekend off, do you stay on track, or do you splurge some of the time? Right now, I am one that stays on track. As I develop better eating habits, I will become a splurge some of the time. Right now I don't, because if I do, I will splurge all of the time. I am getting stronger every day. Which one are you on the weekend? Thanks!
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  • v 4EVERNESS
    24/7...develop the habit again....do not waiver, do not falter...until i visit my daughter or they take me out to lunch....but I'm doing better there...But as long as there is a planet earth with things like black forest torte or cheesecake..THERE WILL BE SPLURGE DAYS!
    1231 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/16/2013 11:58:12 PM
  • v AHSOKA70
    I stay on track, but it sure is difficult. Let's all make it through the weekend with our healthy habits!! emoticon emoticon
    1235 days ago
  • v MICKEYH
    This is a good question. I do feel like treat my self on the weekend. But I know better.
    1235 days ago
  • v BRANDIC7
    I try to stay on track. I usually put my whole day's food in my tracker in the morning each day, and have discovered it is even more important for me to do this on the weekend. It helps me stay within my calorie range because even if I do have a little splurge, I know how my numbers will look and can make the necessary changes to try and make up for it. It also prevents a lot of mindless eating because I don't want to have to put in the tracker all the little things that tend to add up!
    1235 days ago
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