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Post Thanksgiving weight loss???

Saturday, November 30, 2013

I think I've just achieved the impossible! After celebrating two Thanksgivings (Thursday at our house with my family and Friday with the In-Laws) I hopped on the scale to see what price I paid for all that yummy goodness. What? I lost nearly a pound? When the snacks were out and everyone was enjoying rich dips and chips and crackers with cheese, I stuck to the veggie tray and gobbled up (yes, pun intended) the celery sticks. When it was time for dinner I wasn't completely famished and kept my portions sensible. Of course I did have a slice of pumpkin pie WITH whipped cream both nights, it's my favorite and the only time of year I have it so what the heck! Let's just see if I can repeat this success through Christmas and New Year's Eve!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
FAVALL 12/2/2013 12:56PM

    You handled the situation perfectly and saw the results. Great! Enjoy your holiday season of family, fun while continuing to improve your health.

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LILMISSRED79 11/30/2013 12:45PM

    Great job!!! Good for you for finding that balance of letting yourself enjoy the holiday without going overboard. (Get it, overboard? Cause we're divers?)


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MERRYMARY42 11/30/2013 12:31PM

    fantastic I checked the scales this morning, and I was up 1 pound, so you know where yours went emoticon but I will officially weigh in in the morning, so maybe some of it will be gone,
Hope so, but doubt it, all I really am trying to do is maintain November December until after the 1st of the year, oh also October, that is when I start my slide
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