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    ALYNN94   3,092
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Thursday, June 20, 2013

I eat really well when I work because both my breakfast and lunch are pre-prepared. And I have learned to order unsweetened green tea instead of my normal (second) cup of coffee. However, if I do not cook my own dinner or provide my own dinner, then I tend to eat the wrong foods. I feel bad when I have to tell my parents that I can't eat what they have brought home...but I am learning to eat smaller amount of 'less healthy' food. I also work out regularly when I am at work, because the gym is on my way home. Days off are when I just want to sleep and not move off the couch. I guess if I prepare breakfast for my days off as well, then that can reduce some of the extra calories. But, nevertheless, I am making better choices everyday and that is all I can ask for!

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LRSILVER 6/21/2013 7:02AM

    Keep making positive changes.

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P0KERS0PH 6/20/2013 2:54PM

    I find its much easier sticking to my food goals on workdays, when it comes to the weekend its much harder. I think its not having that routine you have when you are at work. Also if you are with friends etc, then it's harder to make better choices.

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ALYNN94 6/20/2013 1:05PM

  Thank you:)

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LEANGIRL22 6/20/2013 1:01PM

    You are doing the right thing -- making changes that are taking in fewer unhealthy calories. I think overall you need to look at your Spark People calorie range and not measure yourself by the past -- but by what is healthy for you. You have taken several steps to get yourself in the right direction so that shows your heart is in this. I commend you for that and know that you can totally do this!

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