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At the cinema

Sunday, July 07, 2013

Yesterday I went to the movie theater with a friend o me. He asked about some snack for the movie, he bought nachos with cheese, two hot dogs and a jumbo coke. He ate everything before the movie had finished, I was surprised. He invite me some nachos but I decline, I though "it's no time for a snack, I'll get a greek yogurt outside". I was surprise for two things: first, I don't understand how he could eat everything half an hour after lunch, second I could refuse the snacks even I was tempted for the popcorn, I know popcorn could be a healthy snack but at the cinema the portions are too big. I was proud of myself. This week I have surpassed my calorie intake four days, I have chosen the wrong snacks at the wrong times, nevertheless I determine to get back on track on friday and making that decision on saturday made me happy. Those are my Baby Steps and I decide to make more, every step counts, as a sparkarticle say "one step back two steps forward"

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SENSADIRE 7/8/2013 8:03PM

    Thanks a lot for your support! It's true, the smell alone is a challenge emoticon

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KAT321123 7/7/2013 10:42PM

    Movie snacks are definitely tempting! And you're right, popcorn can be a healthy snack. But that's air-popped popcorn. Movie theatre popcorn, in addition to being a huge portion, is oil-popped and has artificial flavors -- not healthy at all. Good for you for making good decisions!

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PAMSPARKS 7/7/2013 9:23PM

    Way to hold out! Cinemas are tempting....the smell alone is a challenge for me to get by! And to have snacks offered to you and to resist....AWESOME! Best of luck on your fitness journey!

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