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Back from Vacation

Monday, April 21, 2008

I am happy to say that I was able to accomplish the goals I set out for myself prior to leaving for my cruise. I choose food wisely, controlled my portions, limited my alcohol intake and managed to workout two hours (one hour each sea day).

I also kept track of what I was eating, the old fashioned way (pen and paper) and will go back and add it to my nutrition information to get a better idea of how I really did. I don't want to live in fantasy land anymore.

I just got home this am. I did not gain (or lose) and to maintain was one of my goals. It was also a healing time visiting the ruins of Tulum. I felt close to my parents there.

Happy to be back! Onward! emoticon
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  • MKPQ51
    So fantastic that you were able to maintain your weight during your cruise; I don't know if I would have been able to have done it.

    Good idea that you kept track of your food via pen and paper for input onto your nutrition tracker later. Talk about staying focused on your goals!
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    Kat
    4849 days ago
  • JMALONE44
    Great job! It can be a challenge with all the food on a cruise. I'm sure you feel better for it. I went to see the ruins of Tulum in 1993 when I was in Cancun. It is so interesting and beautiful. I hope you did feel a sense of comfort being there and feeling close to your parents. JEM emoticon
    4853 days ago
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