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The easiest way to avoid regrets is to ask yourself this question, "If not now, when?" It's a powerful way to put life and our decisions about how we spend our time into perspective"
Posted by Delta on 7/2/2018, 5:35 pm, in reply to "Fewd
Just to be accountable my food was pretty bad. At every meal I noticed that there was not a healthy choice in sight and the vegetables were either starchy or filled with grease. I just ate and didn't worry about it. I also had a serving of my favorite bread pudding while I was there with absolutely no guilt. Haven't had it in over two years. Won't have it again anytime soon. I am proud that I stuck to a serving instead of falling face first into the middle of it and eating my way out. It's all kinds of nostalgia and comfort food all crammed into a bowl. The smell and taste just brings back so many good memories.
Water could have been better because I didn't want to be hunting a bathroom all the time.
Exercise I didn't plan or do anything planned. There was quite a bit of walking involved every day, but there was also more sitting than I am used to.