One of the easiest and most effective ways to hold yourself accountable to a healthy eating regimen is to keep a daily log of everything you eat or drink over the course of the day. You have a number of options here: Keep a small notebook or pad of paper with you or log onto any of the dozen or so online food intake trackers offered free of charge. If you have an iPhone or other Smartphone, there are also a variety of easy to use apps that serve the same purpose, many of which are free or less than one dollar.
I have been in Restaurants in Sikkim watching the staff attempting to handle the work load only to see them all give up as a group and actually work slower as the sales load increased. Reasons for this reaction can be many but typically they give up as a group when ‘tribal instinct’ kicks in and they realize they can not handle the pace of the customers.
Three issues related to smoking were placed on the ballot. One Issue,Issue 5 that was backed by tobacco companies would have been a compromise for both smokers and non smokers. Issue 5 gave the business owners the option to make themselves smoke free or have completely separate sections for smokers that would not have allowed the smoke to travel to the smokeless sections. Issue 5 failed.
If exercising every day of the week is not something that you can manage due to your busy schedules, start small. Walking is the simplest and the easiest form of exercise. Begin by walking for 15 minutes every day and gradually increase the walking time. Or, you can walk the last block to the office by getting off at one stop earlier, or use the stairs instead of the elevator. Even simple forms of exercise like these will get you physically active.
Au Bon Pain in Bangkok does also deliver anything on their menu (and quickly!) and they do cater if you have a special event, business lunch or dinner, wedding or party.
You will also want to set up any childcare conditions to support the large timeframe. Be sure to let the sitter know that you aren’t sure when you will be back, but will call when you know when you will be leaving.
Paros is definitely one of the most relaxing, beautiful, friendly and safe islands in the Cyclades. The local Parians make you feel almost as if you are family. It’s easy to explore the entire island by scooter. We even found some restaurants that can compete with many of the best on neighboring islands. And of course, the sunsets are absolutely magical. Overall, you get a real sense of what it could be like to actually live in the Greek Islands. Definitely worth a visit for a few nights, if not more.