My vacation was exceedingly nice, especially since my semester has been particularly rough. I'm not certain if I mentioned this before, but I'm a senior in college, so this is my final semester. This means thesis writing, papers, tests--all on top of preparing for graduation and entering the "real world." It's overwhelming and exhausting, really.
Anyway, I will admit that my food choices were certainly not the healthiest over my vacation. However, I did walk quite a few miles and swim over the holiday, so I won't say it was completely awful. As I graduate in 2.5 weeks though, I need to really start hunkering down and focusing on my eating habits. Earlier last year, I bought a white eyelet dress that is 1-2 sizes too small for me. I did this for two reasons, one--it's really pretty, and was only around 10 dollars. And two, if I want to wear it to graduation, I'll have to lose weight. I call it my "wish dress," and over the year, as I've made healthier choices and exercised on a much more regular basis, I'm to the point where I'm actually quite close to fitting into it. :)
Also--Happy Easter to all who are celebrating today! :) I really love Easter, it's such a happy holiday in my opinion. My friend's mother who I stayed with over the break organized a little Easter egg hunt for my friend and I, which was so much fun and also gave us Easter baskets. Which brings me to an issue--what to do with all this Easter candy? I don't mind eating a couple pieces, it's a holiday after all, and I don't eat candy very often. But I have a whole little container full of chocolate in all its various forms. Throwing it away seems wasteful. Any suggestions??