I ate 4 slices of pizza: SO WHAT!!!!!!

Sunday, September 05, 2010

Ok, so I normally eat well and healthily during the week, but on the weekends, it's like I just LOSE IT and go BANANAS!! Well, not literally, b/c then I wouldn't have such an issue, right?! Bananas are good for you! emoticon

Yeah, but anyway, I normally just eat whatever on the weekends. This weekend, today, actually, I ate 4 slices of pizza!

Funny thing is: I stayed within my calorie range for the day AND I worked out and burned at least one and a half slice off..LOL...yes, I did go and look how many calories were in each slice!

Well, my point is: I ate those FOUR slices of pizza and I ENJOYED them! So THERE!!! HAHA!

Yeah, I know, I know..While I stayed within my calorie range, I'm sure all of that greasy fat is not good for the body, but OH WELL. I guess I can't have EVERYTHING I want, but I sure did enjoy myself today! emoticon emoticon Mmm Mmm GOOD!
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    Sometimes it's harder to stay within your range and eating higher calorie foods... I sometimes feel like I'm still hungry!

    But if you stayed under your limit... maybe it's like calorie cycling for the day! :P
    3791 days ago
    So you stayed in your calorie range and burned off close to half of that. Good for you!
    3791 days ago
    I did the same thing yesterday, except it was homemade pizza and I ate about 6 medium sized pieces. At my best estimate it put me over my calorie goal for the day, but it sure tasted good! I think we have to do something like that every once in a while to stay on track long term. I made sure to come in slightly under my calorie goal today.
    3792 days ago
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    good for you enjoy foods you like every once and awhile and don't beat yourself up emoticon
    3792 days ago
    wonderful! did the same the previous weekend - we all need to indulge our cravings occasionally so they don't get out of control!
    3792 days ago
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