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Old 12-31-2013, 02:01 PM   #1
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I just ate a chocolate donut from Dunkins. It was 11 points, and I ate it in like 7 seconds. An 8 ounce of piece of chicken would have took longer and filled me up better and would've been less points. Next time!
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Old 12-31-2013, 02:29 PM   #2
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We have all done that before. At least it was only one donut. The key is to not beat yourself up about it or to have a set back. Move on, learn and do better next time!
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Log it and move on.

Next time you want a donut, think about what your post.

Those new foil tuna packets are also a great alternative choice!
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Don't stress too much about it. Stressing will only make you seek out another unhealthy treat. Move on and do better next time. You can do it!
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There is definitely a difference between those two foods. Remember, this is a liftestyle change and you do not need to deprive yourself. As another poster stated, log it and move on.
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Sometimes you just need a donut. Like for me yesterday, I got homemade corned beef hash and eggs instead of fruit and oatmeal or something. Cause, damnit, I have been looking for homemade corned beef and hash for awhile now. But I don't have to have it everyday, and I don't have to give in to ever food temptation I have. A lot of it is about choosing foods that are worth eating. And certain high calorie foods are very worth eating to me.
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