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fatpolice

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Posted: 11 Apr 2013, 20:47
Does anyone have some ideas how to stay strong on your diet in the weekend?HELP NEEDED.
jlchambers20...

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Posted: 11 Apr 2013, 20:53
Don't go out at all.. lol!
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kingkeld

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Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 03:29
Plan your meals for the entire weekend. This makes it a LOT easier to stick to plan. Also, be active. Occupy your mind with other things. If you just sit at home bored, it's a lot easier to eat. If you are out doing fun stuff, you'll forget all about food. Smile Enjoy the weekend!

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Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 07:44
I struggle more on the weekend too & similarly find it best to be sure to plan out & log my meals. If we're eating out, I check the restaurant's web site so I can decide ahead what to order. And, I always try to get in some exercise & to get outdoors weather permitting. Also, there's a great group that I belong to here on FS called Operation Weekend Watch where we all struggle on the weekends & post there throughout the weekends to motivate each other -- it's really helped me! Check it out -- we'd love to have you!
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yankgal46

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Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 07:48
I am usually so busy with 2 kids and a ill hubby. I am planning on staying busy raking the front yard,getting garden soil ready,always cleaning something.I eat when I get the chance! Just make sure there is something healthy that is a quick grab and yes,as kingkeld said it is best to plan your meals and know ahead of time what you can eat.
mars2kids

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Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 11:08
I'm struggling with this too and I am going to try to make a better plan. I will try to eat the things I eat during the week on the weekend and make sure I get my exercise in. I'm going to start planning my lunches ahead for the weekends too and make sure I have a stock of healthier quick foods for when I'm in a hurry between activities. I've quit buying as much junk for the family because I end up eating it, and they don't need it either, and if it's not there then I can't eat it. Good luck to us all!!
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meganbarkley

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Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 11:12
I don't keep anything in the house that will "tempt" me. From past experience, I'll gobble that sh*t up. Truth. So on the weekends, I "pack" my meals, get them the all prepared, or at least listed out on the fridge, so I have a visual plan. GOOD LUCK! You can do it!
cjmurph

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Posted: 12 Apr 2013, 11:13
I'll check out the Operation Weekend Watch. Sounds like something I could use too.



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