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04/29/2022 6:54AM
April 29

It's Friday - woohoo!

Generally, we think of Monday as a good day to really nail our nutrition and "stay on track." And the weekends are typically a time when we loosen up a little as our schedules are usually different, we're on the go more and may eat out, too.

A simple strategy to combat the yo-yoing of "starting over on Monday" is to treat Saturday/Sunday like you would a Monday. If you know you're going to be on the go on Saturday, then PLAN AHEAD.

1. Eating out?
No worries! Check the menu of the restaurant online (if possible) and plan what you're going to have. Go ahead and log it into your food tracker then plan the day around that meal.

2. On the go?
Bring snacks! Pack some cut up veggies/fruit, a protein bar, or other healthy snacks etc. If you have snacks with you, you're less likely to grab something while you're on the run.

3. Start with a healthy breakfast.
I find that if I start my day off with a nutritious and healthy breakfast that I am more likely to make good choices throughout the day.

Aim to drink at least half of your body weight (in ounces) in water each day. (Example: 150 lbs = 75 ounces) Fill up your refillable bottle and sip while you're out running errands, attending kids' sports, etc.

5. Stay active!
Don't forget the step challenge going on this weekend, too. The target is to get in at least a combined total of 18,000 steps (That's the sum of your steps from Saturday and Sunday must be at least 18,000 steps.)

What's your best tip for the weekends?

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Thank you all for sharing!

Jillian C.

I like to do fun things with my kids to keep me active- walks, swimming etc. I also hit the gym once, sometimes twice on the weekend depending on what we do! Nutrition wise, it's not too hard for me to stay on track, I just continue to track calories and try to stay within my daily limit.

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