netitheyeti wrote: »
my weight's slowly getting more stable (technically have another 4-5kg to hit my goal, but I'm now on the higher end of normal BMI) after I actually ended up losing more/faster than I wanted... apparently despite basically maintaining this past month I'm still shrinking a tiny bit and I've been slowly replacing my clothes.. feels great to be able to order outfits online and actually have them fit OK
Also, my old jeans fit again
rhwiblin wrote: »
I just logged my whole day of Christmas eating. HONESTLY. More than double my daily goal. Sigh... I have been doing really well at eating to feel healthy and well. Today I just let myself eat the rolls, and pie, and ham, and more rolls. I am not even upset with myself. We had good friends over, played games and enjoyed ourselves. Now back on track tomorrow. This is just going to be how life is. Some days we eat yummy food that is not great for our bodies. But it is only one day. Not every day. Then back to healthy.
This is probably nothing new for many, but i tend to be an all or nothing girl. So learning to love and love life without letting it derail me is a great NSV for me today. Merry Christmas to myself and Happy Holidays to all!
ploomka wrote: »
Had a lovely holiday with some reasonable indulgences. Made a keto Christmas dinner for the family and a friend, including a low-carb pecan pie and low-carb mulled wine. I love monk fruit and erythritol!! Easy to get back in gear today because, even tho I exceeded my typical calorie allowance the last couple of days, I still ate low carb and with intention. Even while that annoying old Aunt Flo visited for Christmas. Feels good to roll with the holidays and have fun without totally derailing.
rheddmobile wrote: »
Sounds delicious! Would you be willing to share the low-carb pecan pie recipe? I’ve tried (type 2 diabetic) but mine comes out more like pecan bread than pie. I’ve got holiday eating mostly down except for missing karo pecan pie.
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