I recently went on vacation with my very large family, eating everything that people had brought, in order to save my money for other things. In doing so, I realized it would be very difficult to maintain my tracking and calories, so I compensated with smaller portions and LOTS of activities!
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Remember that awesome vacation you had (probably years ago), it can help you through today's stressful moments.... Just close your eyes and picture yourself back on that vacation. Walk the beach, ride a horse, or anything that was a fantastic moment during a past vacation. Spend a few minutes in this mini vacation visualization exercise. When you open your eyes you'll find you are more relaxed and less stressed than you had been a few minutes before.
If you haven't had a really great vacation that you can use, borrow one from someone you know - or make one up. 306
When I started working in my current position 14 years ago I enjoyed eating in the upscale employee dining room. However I found it was costing about $5 a day. I started packing my lunch and put the $5 in a piggybank. I work 3 days a week, so $15 a week over the years has funded a lot of extra
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