Day 48- Back To the Grind

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

So, I went to Vegas for the weekend and had a plan for Saturday and Monday but not one for Sunday, which was my birthday. I stayed within calories both Saturday and Monday and workout both day. Sunday, I had no rules. Surprisingly, I don't feel bad for eating what I want and drinking. I am happy how I was able to bring it right back on Monday and even workout. I guess the true test will come when I weight myself on Saturday. Hopefully, I can be with no regrets. I had a great time.
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  • SPARKLE1908
    emoticon and emoticon ! I am sure your weigh in will be good.... emoticon
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    emoticon and emoticon on having the most weight loss in a week AGAIN in the BBQ 2015 Winter Challenge.
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    Smile and Happy Birthday... Shoot the scale and weigh next week,... In His Love Just Me emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
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    Happy birthday and I'm glad you enjoyed it without worrying about calories for one day.

    While I wouldn't suggest anyone have a lot of free days, it takes about 3500 calories to gain one pound. If you eat that much in a single day, you'd likely not enjoy yourself anyway. I believe the longer trend of good activity is way more important.

    I read last week about one of the longer term members here at Spark (www.sparkpeople.com/mypage.asp?id=
    BBANGEL1214). She lost about 180 lbs in 16 months. One of the ways she stuck with it was giving herself one spurge meal per week. I think that sounds smart, assuming I can be sure to follow my plan the rest of the time.

    What do you think?

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    Comment edited on: 2/17/2015 2:24:14 PM
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    Good for you! Plus you enjoyed yourself which is so good for us also! emoticon Happy belated birthday!
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