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Saturday, December 05, 2009

well a little over 200 calories over yesterday..but I DID log EVERYTHING which is a very important step. Today I am going to try to make this my first Alcohol Free day in December. I want to put some emphasis on that TRY! and I hope to exercise too but as we all know we can start with the best intentions but the next step is the follow through. I know that when I logged all of my food; had a regular fitness routine I was following; and I was involved in team competitions it worked for me before so it could certainly work again. I have the tools - now I need to use them.

Tomorrow is going to be gingerbread party day..the sixth annual I've hosted... spiked egg nog *but i made a low calorie diabetic eggless one for this year too...and hot apple cider...cream stuffed strawberries(made those sugar free too) candy and home made pizza...oh my.. its not until tomorrow and im already salivating..no i dont have a food problem.lol


I hope everyone has a great saturday and we can all stay on track today!

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  • SHELBYBEAR
    Oh, and great job with planning alternatives for your party!!!
    3826 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/5/2009 11:27:17 AM
  • SHELBYBEAR
    I understand...I have gone pop-free and I am totally addicted to caffeine...Day 2 for me and it really is a struggle to change those old habits. But we will all get through this together!
    3826 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/5/2009 11:26:17 AM
  • JUGE300000
    Wow! Isn't it hard to lose weight in December? I just love the Christmas foods. j

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    3827 days ago
  • DOOBRIE
    The gingerbread party day sounds wonderful! I hope you have a great time and good luck with your AF days in December.

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    3827 days ago
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