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Dusting myself off again...

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Maybe I am being too hard on myself. Today was a good day, tracked and exercised. My pants felt a little snug which was a bummer, but I also was gassy. Hopefully that will all fart out. Did I really say that?

Going on vacation in a few weeks and am TERRIFIED of gaining everything back. France actually does have delicious croissants and Germany does rock the amazing beer. Moderation will be key.

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CATLADY52 7/11/2013 5:54PM

    Enjoy your vacation in moderation. emoticon

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SKATER787 7/11/2013 11:43AM

    I'll go against the grain here and say that when in France, eat the pastries and when in Germany, drink the beer. Like you said, the key is moderation. I would have some pastries with every meal. But for beer, no more than 1/2 liter per day as the alcohol makes your liver sluggish. I think it'd be a mistake to deprive yourself as the mind keeps track on these things. And when you come home, you'll binge on American junk food and lousy beer and do more damage than what you'd have consumed on the trip. So look forward to enjoy yourself on this wonderful trip. Just my thoughts.

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CARMEN327 7/11/2013 10:58AM

    Thanks, Jackie!

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LIVINHEALTHY9 7/10/2013 8:45PM

    That sounds like it's going to be a wonderful vacation.
Try not to focus too much on gaining weight. Just focus on the fun and remember all the tips you have learned here on SP.

Then relax and have a fantastic time!

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MSELEANOR1957 7/10/2013 2:50AM

    I would say go on your vacation and plan not to gain anymore than you're willing to loose and you'll be successful.. you can always take sparkpeople with you.

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