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05/18/2005

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Donna

Not that I would be prepared to do something this detailed, but I did find some of the theories contained in The Hacker's Diet to be interesting (not a joke link, I swear). To wit: Track your calories in and your daily weight and use a moving average over a longer period of time (two weeks or so) to help even out fluctuations seen from day to day - that might not solve the "I hung out with a bowl of M&Ms" problem (been there), but that way you don't feel so bad if your weight goes up temporarily - you'll still see the downward trend.

Donna

Let's try that again: http://www.fourmilab.ch/hackdiet/www/hackdiet.html

Kathleen

Well, i am glad you are sorting out the sweater. That dyelot variation can be such a pain in the butt. Lovely scarf--what fun--a scarf exchange and I love the origami whale. I am so terrible at origami.

ann

one of the best things ever heard at a WW meeting "fresh fat fades fast". Get right back on the wagon and those weekend pounds will be off of you in no time at all.

Stephanie

Don't feel bad about the chocolate and cake fest. I have't been to work out in over a week. I'm still sitting at 6 yarnbucks. At this rate, I'll work through quite a bit of my stash.

Vera

A scarf swap? Hmmmmh. I think that would be a nice idea for our guild. Right now, we a doing the Nothin' but a T-shirt on Mag knits as a guild KAL, and one of out members charted our logo for it.

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