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What did you learn at Thanksgiving emoticon that you want to take with you into Christmas emoticon or Hanukkah emoticon ?

I indulged in one thing ... and counted it in my tracker, I'd left room for it. It was Chex Party Mix. Honestly, it tasted better going down than it did after it got there! I wish I hadn't eaten it. My body isn't used to foods like that any more and really doesn't care for them. Lesson learned! I won't forget!! What's yours?

- Submitted by BUTTERFLYEMERGE 11/28/2010 in Weight Maintenance | 2 Comments
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FOOFIE17 12/31/2010 11:07:00 PM

    The Pillsbury Orange rolls, a tradition on Christmas morning, and which I had planned for, didn't taste very good. I think I'll have a new tradition next time.
Thanks for your Secret of Success. It got me thinking! emoticon
SEDONACAT 12/6/2010 10:29:00 AM

    I learned that eating fast food after rushing around all day is still NOT a good idea.I usually never eat fast food, but last wk., I stopped in with a friend. Got the "single hamburger meal" and later found out while "tracking" that I had consumed 888 cal. from the small hamburger, fries (oops) and coke. It made it quite difficult to eat a dinner later on which I have to do with hypoglycemia. I learned a HUGE if painful lesson. emoticon

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