I don't weigh myself that often so no clue about weight. I didn't feel like my eating was out of control at any point which is closer to my actual goal, so definitely a success for me in that way. It was stressful at times but I did my best to not freak out too much and hid with a book part of the time.
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"Food is not love, comfort, or an anxiety pill."
Time to stop trying to solve things with food (lack of included) that food won't solve. Food solves one thing: bodily hunger.
How did y'all do for Thanksgiving and the days after? Me? I was hosting and had houseguests til Saturday night, so I didn't track for 3 whole days and I ate whatever I wanted, including eating out for Mexican on Wednesday night and a steak dinner on Saturday. It was pretty much glorious LOL I thought for sure I'd have gained a least a little, but nope... lost a half pound according to the scale this morning. I'm supposed to be maintaining at 150, although I get into "normal" BMI range at 140. I guess it's a sign that I need to eat more though, which has proven to be difficult without just eating total junk.
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