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Monday, October 21, 2013

I didn't dare weigh myself this morning after 3 days of eating out but I am planning to cook up a big pot of soup and roast a pan of veggies to get me through this week and maybe by the time I have to get weighed for WW on Wednesday I will be back to where I was last week. I must have walked a lot of miles over the weekend and I took a long walk out back today with my husband and dog so I am moving. Unfortunately my husband went to pick a few things at BJ "s and came home with a giant bag of Halloween candy that has already started calling my name. I just hate going through this every year at this time.... I know if I eat it I will have more pain then usual and not lose weight this week and probably gain weight but it will still be a fight with myself not to eat any daily now until it is gone :(
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    I bet just walking around fenway burnt quite a bit of calories and cheering hahaha I'm sure you didn't do as bad as you think....
    1489 days ago
    I'll bet you didn't do as badly as you think you did. Just keep on walking a lot and drinking a lot of water - you will be surprised how much good that does.
    1490 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/22/2013 7:04:17 AM
    It's tough to have the stuff in the house!! The temptation is stronger when it's right in front of you! Luckily for me, they don't celebrate Halloween or Trick or Treating here.

    Be strong! Maybe you can save a few calories at each meal and just have one little piece a day... Good luck!
    1490 days ago
    I usually allow myself a little Halloween candy but only my favorites. Good luck on the weigh in!
    1490 days ago
    Candy is soooo hard. It is a demon. Think about WW this weekend every time you look at that bag. Make him put it someplace else
    1490 days ago
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