Since OMAD is a lifestyle, and not a temporary diet that has to be followed every day, you can adjust how you eat to work with holidays and special days, like birthday dinners.The hardest problem for me during holidays is the fact that I literally have to argue with every family member for refusing to eat (at their house ofc). And they get offended thinking I'm being weird. In our house my husband understands and supports my diet of course.
But the reason I keep it as a permanent state of affairs daily is because I'm afraid that if I'll stop doing it for one day I'll get lazy and might not convince myself to get back on track!Since OMAD is a lifestyle, and not a temporary diet that has to be followed every day, you can adjust how you eat to work with holidays and special days, like birthday dinners.
If it is only one meal that is the issue, like having a Christmas dinner at someone’s house, then you just make that dinner your one meal for the day.
If you are visiting overnight somewhere and need to eat what and when the people eat where you are visiting, then try to make one meal your main meal, and eat less at the other meals. If that is not possible, then just do the best you can, enjoy the visit, and go back to normal OMAD when you get back home.
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