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shelleymarie
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I recently went on holiday and it was a buffet option for breakfast and dinner. I have to say I found it difficult as I eat very clean at home, I don’t use oil and I limit my carbs and sauces. It was very hard to do that on holiday but you are on holiday so don’t obsess over it. Use a side plate and chose your protein first before adding other things to your plate. You will be fine. I found I actually did more exercise on holiday than at home because the hotel had a gym and swimming pool. I swam for 40 mins a day and had people coming up to me encouraging me. It was a great feeling. I’ve never been on a cruise but I’m assuming they usually have those facilities too so keeping up the exercise is a great way to know that if you are eating slightly more or different foods it’s not a problem. I didn’t have a meal on my flight but brought a salad in the airport instead. Obviously depends on how long your flight is but I felt that was the best option. I was on a high because I didn’t need a seat belt extension and could put the table down! That is a great thing. I hope you have a great time when you go away 🙂

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