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I plan my meals a day ahead this keeps me on track and there are no surprises and I stay within ranges

- Submitted by TWIN412 3/25/2010 in Organization | 4 Comments
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LUCY419 5/14/2010 11:48:00 AM

    It's a great idea.. i do the same and also make sure i log my food and portion intake that day to keep me reminded on my accomplishments... i keep a list of healthy foods that satisfy my cheat cravings, so i still eat right!
IWILLCHANGE4ME 7/28/2010 6:14:00 PM

    I do the same but for the week- I only go food shopping once a week. I love it! What's for breakfast, lunch, or dinner is never a question in my house. That used to always lead to pigging out. Now, i know what the choices are, i have it defrosted in the frig--end of.
BK1127 8/20/2011 1:46:00 PM

    This is what helps me stay on track...Thanks for sharing with others!
ANGELA_37 6/22/2010 4:57:00 PM

    This is a great suggestion. I used to do this, and it worked. I've been starting small, planning the next meal or snack in advance. I tried to do a whole day, but got overwhelmed because I had to keep checking to see what I had planned (I've got no printer). I'll bet it would be helpful to plan the night before, then get everything ready for the next day. I also like Lucy419's "cheat sheet" idea!

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