We took a small road trip to go to a Shriner's circus. (Shriner's will *ALWAYS* be near and dear. Support them!!) Being on the road meant fast food, eating out, car trip food, sitting, etc, etc. And I have to say, I didn't do too bad!! Even sitting next to a family (at circus) who was snarfing nachos, chili cheese fries, popcorn, etc, etc. They seemed to always have food.
We had a bag of cotton candy to share.
Normally we'd have been the family next to us. But right now $$$ is tight. But, if I were to be really honest with myself, a big part of it was the mom. She was my size... maybe bigger. I spent time watching the food she ate, and mentally calorie counting. At a time, sometimes still, I'm her. Watching her, I was able to see "me" in a state that I don't want to be in. It was the first time I could actually see someone, face to face, how I really see myself. It was eye opening.
We did do some letterboxing, but only drive by's, so we can't really say we exercised... though, we did park about 3 blocks away and on the 3rd level of a parking garage. That counts a bit!