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THE plan.

Thursday, June 09, 2011

Today I will be successful. I finally had one good day. Yesterday. I know that one good day can lead to another and another and another.

I am going home to Alabama tomorrow and although it is a little scary for me because of all the good food that is there...I have had a good experience with vacation and diet/exercise before so I know I can keep it together. I just have to keep the mind set that I have now. To be successful. I also have to realize that unhealthy foods and no exercise is what got me to the weight I am now.

I just have to plan ahead. Exercise. I will be on the beach at a hotel that has a gym. There is no excuse. I can eat grilled fish instead of fried. One exception will be Pink Pony Oyster PoBoy. I will stay away from ice cream and fried potatoes and chips. Alcohol will stay at a minimum. Water drinking will be at a maximum.

So that is my overall plan. I will make it more specific as we travel from Wisconsin to Alabama. Maybe make a chart of goals like I read on one Sparkers page yesterday.

Wish me luck. I weigh in tmw before we leave. I hope to maintain my weightloss through out the vacation.

Everyone have a great day!
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  • v LESLIES537
    That's an AWESOME plan! Best of luck! Have a safe trip! emoticon emoticon
    1848 days ago
  • v KERLESS
    You've got this! Travel safe :)
    1849 days ago
  • v FOREVERTWILIGHT
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    I know for me the first day is usually the hardest! Congratulations!

    Planning ahead is super important. I don't even go out to eat anymore before looking up nutrition information online. It's easier not to fall into temptation becuse of uncertainty.

    Have a fun and healthy vacation!
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    1849 days ago
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