Going out for dinner tonight again

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Posted: 09 Nov 2012, 08:54
I'm going slow on the calories today because I have a dinner tonight with my husband , I can't say no because I'm on diet !!!! LOL

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Posted: 09 Nov 2012, 09:30
Hi, that you can girl.

Just say No! Wink
Cymru Rydd

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Posted: 09 Nov 2012, 13:20
Hi Meeel- I agree you have to maintain some sense of normalcy and do not want to feel like a prisoner to your diet. Try to find out (if you don't already) where you are going and then plan in advance what you will eat. If you are tracking your food then you can plan it to fit in with your daily menu. Or have a snack before you leave so when you get to the restaurant you won't order something that you know you shouldn't because you are starving. Good luck!
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Mini goal 212's by Dec -met 12/31/2012 Mini goal: 207's end of Jan- met 01/31/2013 Mini goal: 197's by end of Feb - met 02/27/2013
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