I'll be travelling the entire month of October, so I've had to get creative and move away from my usual goal-setting pattern of trying for a certain number of calories burned, fitness minutes, or trips to the gym, and recognizing that I might not be able to track my nutrition as accurately as I do when I'm at home (who knows how much fibre a muffin has if you didn't bake it yourself?). With that in mind, I'm aiming to:
*get my 5 servings of fruit and veg even on days I'm stuck on the train or in the airport
*limit myself to one 'indulgeant' meal each day (i.e. buy croissants one at a time)
*Do something ambitious and physical every second day. This can be anything from a day of hiking on the coast, to a full day of exploring museums and winding backstreets on foot.
It feels weird not to be attaching more specific metrics, but I guess letting go of the numbers is my first step in getting into that "vacation feel."
"I will run, until there's no one left to run. I will love, until there's no one else to love." - The Dears
| current weight: 222.0