HOW TO STAY ON YOUR DIET WHILE ON VACATION
The best way to stay on your diet while on vacation is to not be on a diet….ever!
I just returned from a very nice get away with my daughter, granddaughter and my niece and her son. We went to the mountains for some R&R. We all brought food to cook for each other. On my way out of the store I picked up a loaf of fresh baked French Bread. Something that me and my girls could dine on (I mean eat the whole thing) and call it a meal. My niece brought the salad and I warmed up the bread for a delicious light meal. My niece who is forever trying out new diets said something that was very sad to me. After eating the bread she said, “this is soooo good I haven’t had bread in years!” She like many of you has been depriving herself of the simple pleasures of life to stick on a “diet” She like all of you is intelligent, educated and beautiful. She knows she needs to lose some weight to help with some problems she has with her knee. She is a busy mom and a medical professional. She loves to do fun things and is a blast to be around.
When can she find time to fit in “the preparation of the special foods, the fitness programs and just plain fun stuff to do with her family?”
Does this sound like you?
It breaks my heart to see women like my niece and you out there who are depriving yourself of the taste of a good piece of French Bread and yet never losing the weight.
I’m telling you this because there is another way. A simple no BS concept that does not require dieting or special foods or anyone telling you what you can or cannot eat. It is defined and maintained by you and your body’s unique response to food and exercise.
Happy Weight Loss is just such a program. It is not a diet, but as you gradually infuse it into your life will create a lifestyle change that will produce the results you have been striving for.
Is this fact, fraud or flatulence?
Well I can tell you I have been doing it for 4 years and have lost 10 pounds and have not gained a pound back. I have gained muscle tone and at age 61 have definition in my arms allowing me to go sleeveless proudly. I get at least 30 minutes of exercise in each day without having to go to a gym and also walk several miles a day. I was able to kick my Starbucks habit to the curb and also my urge for sweets. I would have to say for me it is a fact Jack!
I would love to have you join me on this journey and finally get off the deprivation wagon. I’m not saying this is a free for all. It requires a commitment to doing what you know is right and changing at least one thing that you can change each day.