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    Can't seem to keep momentum while travelling

    Hi mini mins - could really do with some advice

    A few years ago I got heavier and lost 2stone with diet and exercise. Time passed and I kept it off and I was really happy with my body as a UK 10-12.

    Then I met my boyfriend and started to exercise less and eat more and we both put on weight. I still managed to exercise and keep things on a mostly even keel though I was heavier.

    Then a year ago I had some problems at work and quit and quit my membership at a gym I loved and took another job which requires international travel.

    On the days I fly due to timezones and boredom I find I can eat 5 large meals a day and jet lag finds me reaching for junk. When I am in another country there is entertaining in restaurants and sometimes in some countries I don't always like the local food so I again go for the junk food brands I know. I am wary of eating salads and fruit as things washed in local water can make you very sick and I can't afford to be ill while I am supposed to be at work. There has been a situation in a Seoul metro station in would prefer not to repeat!!!!

    Some hotels have gyms ands some don't, working out when you're smashed from jetlag and working can feel impossible.

    When I am at home, I find it hard to get into a healthy routine and there's always something it feels like stopping my progress.

    I am about to start slim fast as I think this will suit my life style when I am not travelling, and working out what to try and do about exercise. I have a free membership with a gym with work but it's not near my home so I again make excuses. I don't want to pay for a gym when I have a free one available.

    I know how lucky I am to be able to travel and have a free membership when others don't but I feel so fed up that I can't get into a routine and tired all the time and don't know how to get my bum into gear and look after myself properly. Would be grateful for any advice.

    Thanks for reading.

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    Diet: Avoiding overeating and grooming my metabolism
    Height: 1.64m
    Start Date: May 15th 2014
    Start Weight: 68.3kg
    Current Weight: 67.3kg
    Goal Weight: 62kg
    Goal Date: slowly, but surely, so that I stick to that BMI 23 once there


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 25.4
    Current BMI: 25
    Goal BMI: 23


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 1kg
    Weight to Lose: 5.3kg
    % Lost 1.46%
    l find it harder to control when I'm home. I plea guilty to all charges of stuffing my face in front of the TV.

    What I find hard are the "all in" vacations. l do lots of activities to compensate all the eating. lt works.

    At home, I'm THE couch potato. I'm not proud of it!

    Good luck to you!
    I'm here often on my phone, so, please forgive me my typos. Also, I don't speak English, therefore so many mistakes. I'm really sorry.





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