Avoiding Late Afternoon Treats At Work ( From Coworkers And Clients)
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I have been asking myself a few questions. Are the extra calories worth it? Is this something I really want or should I find a healthy snack (which I usually have with me)? Why do you want it? Often the answers to these questions lead me to make healthier choices or limit what I decide to eat. Either way I do not have guilt and am able to work it into my eating plan.
Working in a hospital. Patients, families, and often coworkers are just trying to say thanks buy giving sweet treats. ( my achilles heel)
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When you want a nice dessert after the evening meal...add it to your nutrition tracker EARLY in the day and plan the rest of your meals around those calories! Like having your cake and eating it too244
What's REALLY nice about this is that you avoid "feeling guilty" about treating yourself AND you've stayed within your calorie goals for the day!
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