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SLIPPED OFF THE WAGON

Sunday, July 23, 2017

emoticon emoticon emoticon Slipped off the wagon Friday and went to McDonald's with my husband for a quick lunch; .99 hamburger, small fry and a vanilla shake. I have to admit that it tasted soooooo good. Got home and like a good girl who is watching her weight I immediately went to my spark tracker. 780 calories, 110 carbs, and mega amounts of sodium. I was shocked at how high the numbers were but I was accountable and tracked them in. Guess I won't do that again....not a very long time anyway. Anyone else get the urge to just say "to heck with it today?" I did eat a good breakfast and dinner that day, but Micky D's lunch was a killer.
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  • MARTHA-ANN
    At least you got straight back on again, well done you. emoticon
    1223 days ago
  • RKOTTEK
    emoticon emoticon
    1225 days ago
  • ANGELA-105
    went off the wagon a few times this week, now I have gained 6 pounds :(
    1225 days ago
  • no profile photo 123LORETTA1
    You tracked and this is good. You not only tracked but evaluated the nutritional values of the foods. This is how we learn. Goid for you.
    1225 days ago
  • NOMORECLOUDYDAY
    Life changes mean sometimes. Moderation is key and you did well. Someone once told me you can eat anything you want. Just not all the time or alot. Anyway don't feel you went off track. You tracked and recorded.
    1225 days ago
  • ANNA4HEALTH
    It's hard when we get so used to eating out and then stop. Glad to see you back on track
    1225 days ago
  • GWENPOGUE1234
    At least your able to use the information to see the nurtion value to help make better choices. I went to McD today 2 and got a breakfast burritto not good. I was amazed to see how much sodium and other nutrition facts that take up a lot of ur daily
    1225 days ago
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