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West Coast Blues

Living on the west coast I have to say it's frustrating to go to log my food at the end of the day and have everything turned over to tomorrow already. I know it's not hard to click the back arrow but sometimes I just don't log because I feel like it's yesterday's news. Any advice from other west coasters (or people even further away from the PeerTrainer time zone!) on how to not let this bother me? =)

Thu. Feb 8, 11:17am

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I'm not from the west coast, but, I log my food as I eat it, breakfast and lunch. When I log my breakfast, I usually also log my dinner from the previous day, so I have to click back too. Guess I'm just used to it...

Thursday, February 08, 2007, 11:21 AM

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West coast blues

I am logging from west coast and find this frustrating too. Although I try to log as I eat some times I don't have time at the office and the website can be slow to respond. So some days its when I am about to go to bed that I have time to log in. Somedays I find that my log is in the wrong day because I was rushing.

Thursday, February 08, 2007, 1:33 PM

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West coast planner

In order for me to stay on track, I usually plan my meals. So I log in the morning what my plan for the day is. I have learned it really keeps me accountable to what I eat.

If I have time, and have eaten off myplan, I will go and record the "actuals".

I think it is really important to keep it completed, that way you can have your group go bakc and look at your logs if needed. I always ask my ladies to go make sure I am not off track. Sometimes I don't see so clearly and they help me get perspective.

You will got out of this site what you put into it. It all depends on what you want.

Thursday, February 08, 2007, 1:53 PM

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