Diet Phase – Day 18

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This post is waaaay late!

Promise this will never happen again. I have plenty excuses for why this is being posted so late but I won’t bore you with them.

Day 18 was my last day on the diet. I know I failed at the last hurdle but let me try and explain why.

It’s starting to affect my enjoyment of this holiday. It’s the first one we have been on as a family and we have all been looking forward to it for months.

I thought I could keep it going as normal but as we all know holidays are the time where you just let yourself go a bit and just enjoy everything that it has to offer. The ice creams, the 100’s of different cocktails, the many selections and variations of local food and everything in between.

On an evening there wasn’t much for us to do apart from sit in a nice bar near the beach for a couple hours before Marley got too tired and we had to head home. Me on the water and not drinking alcohol meant Laura was then sat drinking cocktails alone. Boring for her and horrible for me.

So I took a quick morning progress snap can compared it to my day 1 and day 7. I noticed so much difference that it made up my mind. I was in great shape and felt like I had all the energy in the world.

I know for a fact that if I was at home I would have made it to 21 days. I definitely think I’ll be doing it again last on in the year or beginning of next

So here we are…Day 18 and the diet comes to an end.

21 Day Metabolism reset progress Day18(2)

 

 

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