Hi. So I'm sat in Gatwick, delayed (to be expected given we are flying to chambery) and I've just tucked into breakfast at frankie and bennies. I chose to have fruit salad and a bacon omelette. Which as you fellow slimming worlders know would be a good choice. But I'm still in the uk and not yet tempted by the delights of France.
we are going to a catered chalet, I considered self catering to keep me on track but chose against it because I don't want to cook whilst away. So I am expecting bread and cereal for breakfast, probably a toaster for lunch (there's a lot more bread in there than I normally eat) and then a reasonable meal on an evening. I plan to ask for some fruit to be available for afternoon tea and will use my skiing to work off any excesses. I'm also going to limit myself to 3 glasses of wine and the way I'm going to do this is to not top up my glass until it's empty. I'm also going to let myself have the odd crepe and pain au chocolat, after all this is a marathon not a sprint, I'm in this for the long haul and although I am loving the food and struggling to recognise it as a diet (the food is so good) I know that if I feel deprived I am likely to blow it and fall off the wagon big style.
it occurs to me that summer holidays are easy, grilled fish and salads near the pool, long drinks etc.
so I bought I would ask.......what are your strategies for high days and holidays?
Hii were going to France too well we leave Monday going to Rotterdam for 5 nights the from there driving to Disneyland for another 5 nights I know I will want to enjoy it all with my family but the food situation makes me panic I'm at target and just do not want to have a big gain I know it will come back off eventually but still the food in France is AMAZING all those cakes and delish breakfast stuff will be so tempting I'm hoping plenty of walking with the kids will help me along the way enjoy your holiday them get back to it when your back is what I say ENJOY YOURSELF Xxx
Originally Posted by Smilingsuzy
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