weekends are the worst

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I dont know about you but come the weekend I really struggle food wise. I  know it should n't make a difference, but come the weekend i crave for gin, cake and crappie food to be honest.

The only thing that is keeping me from eating the crap is the fear off an accident redface. I did jacket spuds with our dinner today and out habit I very nearly but  butter on mine!! omg the consquences would have been horrid.

 

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    Evenings and weekends are difficault :-)

    I often nearly have slip ups, but as you say the consiquences would be horrid to say the least!

    I was out to dinner last night and again tonight, had Chicken Ticka and salad, it was sooo dry I could hardly swallow it! I found myfelf putting a bit popadom in my mouth, but I am far to lady like to spit it out! lol

    Tonight they want to go to Pizza Hut, there is a salad bar there, fortunately I like salad, but gosh the cheese is going to be tempting, its my downfall!

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    lol Was going to ask whats your elf called hahaha. did you eat the popadom? if so has anything occured??eek.  MMMM i nice gin with ice and a slice! I darent because I would have no self control xx
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      Only had a little piece, but boy did it taste good...I was out tonight at Pizzahut, had salad and chicken strips, I have to say a few hours on I am starving hungry again, so going off to bed with my tummy rumbling! sad

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    Hiya Im not so bad im not tempted to munch but just wanna know whats best to have between coco pops and fruit and fibre ??? My partners arguing that fruit n fibres much better but on the box the fat contents worse than cocopops lol xxxx
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      Hi It is the fat you have to be careful of when on the blue bullets, I have  weetabix or porridge mixed with a fat free muller yogurt left over night.

      So if you have checked the fat and sugars out pick the better one and have with skimed or semi skimmed milk xx

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      I use 1% fat milk its got the orange lid, both cereals r in my limit at the end of each day so im guna have them for supper ...... Thanxxxx
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      mmm i have a bottle of choc shot that may fall over the banana yet lol or i may just have a cuppa and go to bed lol, this is my problem I get bored and start to mooch. xx
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    I think if you plan your meals ahead of time (I use myfitnesspal)  you won't wander as much because you already know what you're going to have smile
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      Hi Senoki, I do a food dairy, and I plan meals just hadn't planned to mooch lol it kinda creeps up on ya like the boogey man lol eek xxx
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      I have the same problems sometimes!

      I can usually satisfy a craving with either baked walkers (better fat wise than weight watchers equivalent!)  or if I need something sweet weight watchers caramel cake bars are amazing! 

      Both are well within the fat intake allowance and very tasty!

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      Its horrid, im doing sugar free jelly, well i have something in common with it!! wibbly wobbly lol xx I have the Slimming World Hifi, but trying to steer clear as I have biscuit syndrome, cant stop til they have gone!! I fell upon some crisps called pop's had a the prawn cocktail they were lush for a baked crisp.  But you know some days you just cannot satisfy your carving.  xx
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      Thankfully for me the fear of a bum-splosion has kept me from going crazy! I save myself for my weekly treat which is a double chicken breast pitta from nandos but no sides or mayo, so if I have a bad day then I'll just use it as a 'treat' day and skip the nandos. 

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