"I have the right to do anything,” you say—but not everything is beneficial. “I have the right to do anything”—but not everything is constructive.
1 Corinthians 10:23
I'm going on vacation in 2 week... Disneyland here I come!!!!... and this is something I've been putting a lot of thought into. Part of me thinks I'm on vacation do I really need to diet and keep working out? Really I'm at disneyland, I'm going to be walking around and it's going to be a lot of work to stick to my diet. Then I started thinking about this verse and realized that I can go on vacation and eat what I want and not do my work out and it's not going to kill anyone. But is it what is going to be most beneficial for me? or would my body benefit more from eating well and keeping up with my work outs? I'm sure you have figured out that I am have already made my decision, I am going to stick to my diet and exercise plan. One of our first stops will be at a grocery store to stock up on lean protein, veggies, fruit etc. I'm going to pack meals and snacks to the park and I'm going to order well when I do eat out. On top of that I am going to be going to curves 3 times a week while I'm there and running 3 times a week as well (not going to lie I'm pretty excited to go running on the board walk at the beach). I can't wait to get back from vacation weight in and have the scale go down!