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I've Realized it's Not the End of the World...

Sunday, August 14, 2011

I have been on vacation for the past week and a half. Not a vacation where I went anywhere just a stay home and do whatever kind of vacation. I swore to myself I would keep up with my workouts and healthy eating while on vacation and why not I had all the time in the world. Which brings me to this blog, my healthy lifestyle came to a screeching halt while I was on vacation.

I can say I did in part enjoy not worrying about getting my workout in and about everything I ate, it was a nice break. I will also say this I did notice myself thinking I can't wait to get back on track with my eating and workouts I did in the end miss it. Back to work tomorrow and back to reality and I'm actually looking forward to it. I guess that means I have definitely learned something while on this journey, It's ok to take a break once in a while as long as it isn't a permanent break. You know it feels good to think this way and not to be completely down on myself for everything that I didn't do.

So here is to a great start to a new week! As always to anyone who has read this many thanks, I just kind of needed to mark this little epiphany for myself to look back at when I'm having those down on myself moments.
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    Fantastic! I hope your enjoyed your vacation. I know you will get right back on track! emoticon
    3538 days ago
  • PEBBLES-2008
    emoticon Way to go! Good Luck with your goals!
    3538 days ago
    3538 days ago
    I guess a weeks vacation at home is not too hard to get back on track I have had a 7 week European tour and now back home in New Zealand to wild winter conditions can not get back on track. I just need to get passed what has become a permanent break for the moment but good luck to you in your journey I feel somewhat inspired by it
    Cheers Sue
    3538 days ago
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