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11/10/14 1:19 P

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My main goal for holidays is simply to not gain. Since you have control of the dishes and know what's going into everything, decide what it is that you think is worth splurging on. Everything else that is not healthy, just have a small serving, or nothing at all.

To exercise on Thanksgiving day, especially when you are cooking, is nearly if not completely impossible. I hereby absolve you of any potential guilt. :-)

Enjoy your holiday. It comes once a year. Just don't make it stretch into more than that day and you'll be fine.

Here is a blog I did on the subject a few years back, in case you'd like a bit of tough love. :-) itallmakesadifference.blogspot.com/2
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I'm trying to put together my game plan for Thanksgiving, but having a hard time. We are having it at home, so I will know everything that goes into each dish and can track, but my mouth is watering just thinking of ALL of the different dishes! Does anyone else plan ahead for the day? Is it a good idea to do extra workouts earlier in the week so that by week's end, it all evens out? I know I won't exercise on Thanksgiving or the day after, as we'll be in a car for 7 hours on Friday. :-(

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