Monday, August 3, 2015


I have determined that traveling and sticking to plan is hard and just plain sucks.  I was away 4 days on a girl trip and I had EVERY intention of behaving.  I even took my own breakfast foods.  Well.  It worked for the first day.  After that, I really felt out of control.  I kept track the best I could.  I made what I thought to be good breakfast food choices (egg white omelet with veggies, fruit, bacon).  And I was full-enough that I could get by with a snack (which turned out to be a BIT more points than I originally thought) around lunch time.  It was dinner and what-came-after-dinner that about killed me.  I even walked past the best donuts I have ever had not once, not twice but four times and didn't buy a single one.  I did, however, share a small glazed yummy donut and it was just enough.  Sure, I would've loved to have a whole one (or two).  But, just the small piece was enough (at least that's what I kept telling myself). Oh and did I mention that the hotel had mini whoopie pies every afternoon?  Flavored ones.  

Being at the mercy of restaurants I wasn't familiar with and menu choices that were limited - all I can say is I did the best I could.  I limited myself to 1 "adult beverage" a day. I found that eating foods that I haven't eaten in a long time made me feel bloated and gross and I had the worst heartburn I have had in a long time.  I was miserable.  Let that be a lesson!  It's not something I will quickly forget!

All that being said, I DID walk every night after dinner.  I DID get 10,000+ steps in every day.  I DID track everything I ate/drank.  Bottom line - I DID the best I could.  

Not sure what the solution is when you travel.  There isn't always going to be a Ruby Tuesday or Applebee's or TGIFriday's where I know what menu options are WW friendly.  I need to learn not to freak out and just do the best I can.  

I need to think on the good things that I DID and not be so hard on myself on what I did not.  Because now that I put this all in writing, it's wasn't as bad as I thought.  Hm.  How about that?

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