Holidays are usually the time when we really try hard to get into shape so that we feel good when we have more of our bodies on display, but we tend to go wild with food once there, eating like mad and coming home heavier than before we left. I was told by one of my successful clients who went on a two week cruise that some people took two sizes of clothes with them, one for the first week and one for the second. It's amazing that we expect to put weight on when we go away. Why is that?
Is it because when we diet before a holiday we are cutting out things we love and therefore when we get away, we eat them in abundance? Or is it because we want to gorge ourselves on everything like we are never going to eat lovely food again once we get home? Do we really love overeating that much that we decide we are going to give up our dream of being slim?
It does seem like a never ending cycle, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Imagine if by the time you went on holiday you didn't even care that much about food, you didn't feel the need to gorge, you just ate sensibly, left food on your plate and just enjoyed the holiday without guilt or shame or worry about how much weight you would have put on. Imagine what it would be like to not expect to put weight on when on holiday.
This can be you, but you need to give up dieting and the way dieting has made you think and feel. Don't Say Diet can help you to change your outlook, reset your habits and feelings around food and put you in control.