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Monday, March 07, 2016

Weekends are always the death of my diet. Im really gonna try and prepare better this week for eating better this weekend. Im also going to plan some kind of outdoor activity for saturday to work up a sweat and get some sun and then sunday can be my relx day. This weekend was great but i didnt eat great, friday night i had sushi and teriyaki chicken for my anniversary dinner, saturday i ate subway and taco bell, and then friday i had homemade burgers which wernt really bad calorie wise but the buns killed me on the carbs. I really just gotta figure out how to only eat out once on the weekend or to learn how to control myself when eating out. Im just used to eating what i like when im out and i dont think about how many calories or how large of a portion im having.

anyways this week im gonna try a few things differently starting with my diet, im gonna push myself and actually go work out and keep working on my to do list. its slowly helping me develop habits and a routine.
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  • BMILLER3410
    Thanks I'll try that! Yea I've really been working out a diet plan for myself but it's weekend were I struggle the most. I think if I can cut down the eating out I'll finally stop dropping the weight
    1610 days ago
    though, so I'm sure you can succeed. Just tack extra veggies onto every meal, and those calories will be easy to cut. Good luck this week! =)
    1610 days ago
    Your weekend diet wasn't all that bad, a except for the taco bell. Processed calorie dense fast foods will make you crave more of the same. Consider open faced burgers with sauteed onions as the second bun, too! Sounds like you know what's healthy,
    1610 days ago
    I can relate. My husband loves eating out, but I struggle so much with the calories etc. All week long and the weekend fun can mess it up quickly. I live your idea about out activity. That could help in balancing the calories some.
    1610 days ago
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