Remember: While you’re traveling or eating out, it is important to keep your goals in the forefront of your mind. This is a lifestyle, and each new experience that challenges you with figuring out how to keep your momentum despite ‘obstacles’ is a chance to learn and grow! Take advantage of the opportunity!

 

PLAN IN ADVANCE

Account for what a day of eating may look like ahead of time so you don’t make impulsive decisions you regret later.

  • How long between meals?
  • What will I have access to?
  • Quick meals or is time on my side?
  • Should I pack a healthy snack (or two) to avoid temptations or “boredom” eating?

Choose a mix of foods that you are able to bring yourself, as well as some you may be eyeballing while out to eat or in a social setting.

 

ASK YOUR HOTEL FOR A REFRIGERATOR

They are on site as they must provide for guests with a medication that requires refrigeration. There could be extras available. This way you can keep leftovers in there, or go to a local grocery store and grab some fresh fruits, vegetables or calorie free beverages.

 

INVEST IN A SMALL GEORGE FOREMAN

If you really want to avoid costs / eating out, this is a great option. With a George Foreman and a hotel mini fridge, you can essentially make fresh proteins on demand! You can cook eggs, chicken, fish, you name it! Get creative!

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