Getting Prepared to be strong for the Holidays

Thursday, November 12, 2009

This will be the real test!! I'm determined not to let all my hard work go to the turkeys!! I know i can eat what i want in moderation!! My Goal is to stay in my calorie range during the holidays and only stuff the turkey not me!! I'm Learning to eat small meals n filling my plate with mostly vegetables and small portion of meat or main course.Eating fruits 2-3 times a day helps and keeps my metabolism going!! Wow I've learned so much from spark people!!! I love this site!! emoticon
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  • PATTYS74
    I am so excited as I read these blogs. What the girls on this team have learned is life changing. I am behind because we were getting the new page ready and my computer has been acting crazy, but what a wonderful surprise to come back to. Hearing how all of you have such strong ideas and plans to get through the Holidays. I am just thrilled. Go White Tigers.
    4130 days ago
    It's great that you are thinking ahead. Thanksgiving food is so wonderful, and many of the treats we only eat once a year. Now if only we do not eat a whole years worth at once! And I agree, SP is a great learning tool!
    4132 days ago
    I'm hoping that by not overeating on Thanksgiving, we'll have more leftovers to eat during the week!
    4132 days ago
  • LADY51
    You will do great. Get on here and post if you feel like you want to over eat. I will be the WEIGHT POLICE for that day. I know I will need it too. I plan to be on here if anyone needs to talk instead of eat.:)
    4132 days ago
    YES WE CAN DO IT!! emoticon
    4132 days ago
    Another good idea is use a small plate. This way you 'think' you're eating more, but you're not. I like that trick. emoticon

    Good luck. I'm with ya!
    4132 days ago
    Yes! We can do it!! emoticon
    4132 days ago
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