5. Pack Healthy Snacks
Healthy snacks may not be easy to come by on vacation, or could come at a hefty price tag when you buy them at the hotel or restaurants. Consider packing some healthy snacks that you normally eat at home – granola bars, rice cakes, or fruit and nuts trail mix. If you have your go-to snacks readily available, you will be more likely to eat them, even on vacation. Don’t let the rush-around vibe of vacation make you too busy to eat. Remember to eat your healthy snacks often through your day to curb hunger and keep your metabolism going strong. Doing so will also help you resist the urge to splurge on not-so-good foods you might encounter on vacation.
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