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Brutal Honesty

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I have found that staying brutally honest in my food and exercise tracking is key. It makes it look nicer if I say I only had a serving of cheerios on my food log, even if I really ate 3 servings, but in the end, the only person that is cheating is myself.

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  • Yep, you can cheat the food tracker, but that doesn't help my rear end get any smaller, LOL! - by CATHERINEL66
  • You are so right. When I first joined, I was acting like what I ate didn't count if I didn't list it. I'm actually smarter than that, but go figure. Eventually I faced reality and began to actually use it as a tool to guide me in the right direction. - by KATRENIAH
  • That is so true! I don't always like what the tracker says when I'm truly honest with my tracking. - by SUETINGE
  • I can relate completely.. sometimes I feel that way.. Looks better, but it's all about being honest with myself. - by SPARKINGMYLIFE
  • HOPE2BSKINNI
    I COMPLETELY agree! :) - by HOPE2BSKINNI

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