Sunday, April 28, 2013

I'm writing this from Myrtle Beach - arrived here on Friday. I'm staying on track as much as I can, oh who am I kidding!!! I'm staying connected so I don't go waaaay overboard! LOL... So far since arriving I've walked the boardwalk (2.52 miles) twice, went shopping for 3 hours - figured I should have had my pedometer on but didn't, but at least a couple more miles there.

Eating really hasn't been that bad. I brought my regular breakfast and bought salad stuff for lunches. Dinner last night was at a Japanese rest. I ate my "doggie bag" tonight... chicken, steak and shrimp. I know the rice is high in calories and I don't want to know the sodium count... but again, I'm on vacation... I haven't gone for the "sweets" or even too many drinks - first night did enjoy a Long Island Ice Tea, and today had a "Shipwrecked" at Margeritaville (coconut rum and oj and other ingredients)...

I had planned on "tracking" everything, but its just too much work trying to find "like" products and/or even nutritional info on websites etc. I've decided to take a vacation from tracking as well.

Enjoying the beach and food and trying not to complain too much about the weather - cool, low 70's and overcast most of the day - calling for T-storms the rest of the week. But hey, a bad week at the beach is better than a good week at work!!!! (and really, its not bad at all!!!)

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  • ASH72461
    a vacation
    that's great
    everyone could use one of those
    just stay active but don't overdue it
    so it will truly be a vacation
    1784 days ago
    Well, enjoy yourself and stay active. When you go home then of course it's back to business. Life is meant to be enjoyed! So relax, smile and enjoy the moment. emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1784 days ago
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