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I Quit Counting Calories

 

 

Adventures in Verdance

Snapchat-8540391542507765944When I first started trying to get healthy and lose weight, I joined MyFitnessPal in order to track calories. It was a recommendation from my doctor, in order to train myself to eat like a “regular “human again.

It was hard.

After all, I was used to annihilating whole Red Baron pizzas and pints of Ben & Jerry’s in one meal without discomfort. 

That was 2013. And I’ve logged 815 days straight on this app to try to teach myself how to eat.

Screenshot_2016-02-25-17-32-07Are you a LOST fan? I am. This seemed like the perfect day to stop.

So, I decided to quit on Friday. Not only had it become a chore about a year or so ago, but I was actually using it to cheat myself.  For instance, if I saw that I had 200 calories left in a given day, I would devote it to eating Nutella straight…

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