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Vacations, and back again

Monday, January 28, 2013

Yep, I'm still here, or I'm back, whichever way you want to look at it. emoticon

I was on vacation for a week. Admittedly, it was an active vacation, as we were skiing in Colorado. It was absolutely gorgeous. By the way, there is no air out there. I can't imagine doing real exercise -- one flight of steps taken too quickly had me gasping for air.

The next week, my husband was on a business trip. That shouldn't affect me, but it did. So I used that excuse not to exercise (because my morning routine was disrupted). And not to Spark (because I didn't exercise and ... I don't know, denial or something). emoticon

But now, we are done with the excuses. Now I am back. Today I did my exercises again. And I have all my good foods here with me. And I am planning on getting my water in. And tracking on Spark, and a Blog, and Teams ... All of the things that are small but together make a big difference. emoticon emoticon emoticon

I don't think my eating was outrageous for the two weeks, but I'm sure it was a bit off, and there were some indulgences, and not tracking.m emoticon

I wont step on the scale until Wednesday. So I have 2 days to try to get it back in line, and it will be what it is. It will be my current starting point, so I can continue on my journey from there.m emoticon

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
FITKAT62 1/29/2013 9:00PM

    I am the same way on vacations! I find there is so much to do on vacation the last thing I want to do is spend time tracking my food. I also don't like using hotel gyms or working out in 90 degree weather.

Now that you are back, I'm sure you'll be back on track in no time at all.

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SNOW_LEOPARD_74 1/28/2013 10:54PM

    Everyone deserves a break from tracking. Good work on getting back into your routine and starting to exercise and track again. I bet you burned a lot of calories skiing so it may not be as bad on the scale as you might think.

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