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Mexican food...

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Last night I went out to dinner with my sister and Mom. We ate at a mexican restaurant. I ate within my calorie limit, but I know that the carbs were not the best choice. I am proud because once I was full, I stopped eating. I didn't eat until I was so full, I was uncomfortable. That is new for me! I am hoping that when I weigh in, it doesn't affect my numbers. A day at a time, is what I keep telling myself. It's all about the journey and not the mess ups. Today starts a new day and I feel good about that thought process.

Back on track today! It's going to be a great day!
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  • KYME2014
    I'd love to know what you ate at the Mexican restaurant. That's what I miss the most. I can't find any Mexican restaurants around here that have nutrition guides on their websites and I just don't know how to figure stuff out on my own at places like that. I LOVE MEXICAN FOOD.
    2370 days ago
  • BEACHCALSIX
    I agree with Nikki, carbs are fine if you eat in moderation :)
    I have days where I eat lots of carbs and if I eat too much one day, the next day I'll pull back on the carbs to balance it out and it seems to work with the scale so great job!!
    2380 days ago
  • NPDSLEUTH
    You did great! Please don't be negative about the carbs. None of this is about being perfect. It's truly one step at a time, one day at a time.

    If it's any consolation, I eat a LOT of carbs every day. Some people criticized me for it and that's fine. My eating plan works for ME -- Eating is enjoying life and there's no reason you can't eat within reason, enjoy life and get healthy/lose weight.

    You're off to a fantastic start! Congratulations.

    Nikki
    Yo
    ur Spark Team Class Leader :)
    2380 days ago
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