HI!! Sorry to hear that Thanksgiving was difficult. Believe me when I say I can definitely relate. It is hard to have all that good food in front of you and not devour as much as possible. But don't beat yourself up over it!! Today is a new day and slip-ups are a part of the journey. I know that when I am feeling like yesterday was a food failure, I can't load into my time machine and change it (though that would be nice, wouldn't it??). Start fresh. All of that food will be there tomorrow. Don't feel discouraged!
Don't put off for tomorrow what fulfills you today.
I am having difficulties tracking my food with the tool provided. I somehow have lost the sound on my computer so watching the video is futile. I am considering starting my own spread sheet. I did that one time before and it really helped me to keep on track.
JC M - welcome! Thanksgiving can be rough, but all the leftovers should be gone by now. What type of support do you need? Food accountability? Exercise accountability? Checking in consistently and updating your Trackers is a great way to start.
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