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LOTUS737 Posts: 2,033
11/1/13 12:43 P

Take healthy snacks/meal replacements with you. Take a water bottle. Use the gym at the hotel!

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11/1/13 11:37 A

Hi! You've taken the first step so that's great!
I would say to eliminate an unhealthy habit and incorporate a healthy habit each week.
As each week goes by keep the healthy habit and don't start the unhealthy one again.
If you mess up just shake it off and then get back on track again.
Eventually the good habits will replace all the bad habits and next thing you know....FEWER POUNDS AND BETTTER HEALTH!!!!!

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Edited by: OLGA18 at: 11/1/2013 (11:37)
BWP9363 Posts: 52
11/1/13 10:31 A

So, I'm nearing my 40th Birthday and I've also had a change in my job, which requires me to travel out-of-town full-time. I've done the "traveling life" before, with poor results in the world of fitness & nutrition. I weigh about 250 lbs and want to reduce my weight to 195. I know it's a long road ahead in order for me to accomplish this. As the Baltimore Ravens Defense says "NO EXCUSES, NO EXPLANATIONS". However, it's much easier said than done as you already know (I'm only preaching to the choir). I just need to remember that this is a "lifestyle change", which takes discipline each and every day.

Any tips that you have, please share. "It takes a village" as they say and I need all the help I can get. Thanks!!

BP

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