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Lonely on a business trip

Saturday, April 09, 2011

I am away from home on a business trip and did well for the first four days stayed very busy, but yesterday I slipped and went over my caloric limit, I started to feel bad not looking forward to a lonely weekend in my hotel room and instantly thought of more food for comfort, but then I felt something in myself tell me that I was falling into my old way of living, I snapped out of it and had a glass of water instead, it soothed the desire to eat something bad and after a good night sleep I am back on track, logging in my breakfast and staying busy on Sparkpeople.
It is a rainy day today so instead of walking outdoors I will work on my walking DVD to get some exercise in for today.
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  • LIBBYG7
    I liked this blog........
    It took me back many years, when I traveled almost constantly for business. There were many wonderful, exciting times.............but there were lonely times too. Whenever possible, in my down time, I rented a car for a day and got to know the area I was in; or like in the case of New Orleans = I booked a 1/2 day tour of local plantations. In my California trips....I visited some of my many relatives in the area.
    But that was long ago.............
    Thanks for the trip down memory lane.
    Do you travel lots for business??
    There are ways to mitigate the lonliness; even just taking a walk and exploring the neighborhood you're in.

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    3308 days ago
  • PERKINSSISTERS
    Sorry you'r lonely on your business trip. Sounds like it's no fun at all. But I'm glad to hear you conquered the munchies, drank your water and got a good night sleep. Congrats on exercising too! You should be so proud of yourself! Hope you get back soon!
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