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Thursday, May 03, 2012

Well it looks like I'm not ready for maintenance right now ... not counting calories is made my food choices OUT OF CONTROL emoticon so it looks like I'm going to have to count calories through the summer ....I'm thinking if I walk 60 miles a month I should be able to eat 1500-1600 calories and still lose 1 pound a we will try that and see what happens emoticon

p.s. Fruityful.....I need you!!!
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    I haven't been tracking for over a year. I know I need to because I have not lost a pound since I stopped. I just wish there was a way you could type all your food in at once and it would give you your total. Instead of putting in each food in one at a time. I know this is an excuse but with working 60 plus hours a week it is tough taking the time to putting my food into a tracker. Thanks for sharing and sorry to vent. Just been another long week. emoticon
    2179 days ago
    I used to before I started working 2 years ago....It's just really hard to make time for it.....but, I know I need too. BTW thank you for you photo food blogs.
    2179 days ago
    I personally like tracking. I just think of it as a game!
    2179 days ago
    Your going to make me track ... emoticon on Spark?
    2179 days ago
    Yes, counting calories and fitness seems to go hand and hand. It’s amazing to find out how many calories are in my favorite meals. I understand now why I didn’t lose weight. My calorie in-take was off the scale. Good Luck!
    2179 days ago
    I am here...but not counting. I am not making good food choices. I am letting stress get to me. I know I will feel better if I just get back on track, but I'm letting outside influences stress me out to where I can't focus on it right now. If you start tracking, then I will start tracking. I promise!
    2179 days ago
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