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tracking and ice cream

Monday, August 02, 2010

Too funny - after a couple months hiatus, I'm back to tracking, and once again, I'm blown away by how useful it is. That's why it made me laugh to realize my last blog entry was also about tracking. Oh well, I guess I'm a big fan of tracking.

Today I had three ice cream cones for breakfast. Normally that would make me feel like there's no point to even trying to have a healthy food day, but by tracking, I realized that it wasn't a huge diet disaster. The cones are only 20 calories each, and since I only have half a cup of ice cream, it's probably the same as buying an ice cream cone at the store. So I just had zucchini for lunch (and another ice cream cone) and I might even be able to stay in my range if I only have a salad for supper.

I never make my goal to diet or even stay in my range, it's always just to track. But somehow when I'm tracking, I keep my calories much more in my range without feeling like I'm dieting.

So, yeah. I guess I'm glad to be back and tracking is still great.

Oh, also, the fruits and veggie tracker is fantastic - what a great addition! In a world of forced software changes that are often not for the better, it's nice to come back to the site and see that it has improved!
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  • FLORIDASUN
    Soooo it's great that you track...it does make you more accountable right? I always do better when I know I have to record it...kinda like you can't just guess your way healthy..hee...hee...keep it up...you'll get the right combination. Just try to put more stuff in the veggie tracker...heee heee! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon and...although they say everything in moderation...I do know that sugar foods make me sugar crazed and then there's NO stopping the sugar monster...gulp! emoticon
    2910 days ago
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