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Remind me not to do *that* again.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

So this weekend we visited my husband's college roommate's parents at their camp. They're active - so there were good opportunities to take walks, shovel snow, snow shoe, cross country ski. But they're also traditional meat-and-potato-with-bread eaters with a cocktail before dinner.

Long story short, did well on being active, but over-ate (how can you say no to a lovely red wine and flourless chocolate cake?), and now I'm feeling queasy.

Now that we're back home and despite feeling off, I did get in a brisk walk today and I'll make sure to stay within my calorie allotment for the day.

I want to remember feeling sick so that next time I'm faced with a similar challenge, I'll do the right thing.


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AHSOKA70 3/17/2013 9:02PM

    I agree - it's extra hard to stay on track when you are being offered food in someone else's home. I think we're ingrained to just take what is being offered, and it's hard to say "no thanks" for fear of seeming rude. I know we're supposed to think of our own needs first, but it's so awkward sometimes! But the walk was a great idea, and I hope it made you feel better.

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  Oh my, I know, it is hard to resist when you are at someone else's home, isn't it? Good plan for the future though!

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