As of this moment, I am on a two-week stay-cation. I was originally going to have visitors from out of town for the first week, but no one wanted to fly in the current world situation. Can't blame them.
So these two weeks are all about me getting away from it all, but at home. I'm going on day trips and doing touristy things locally (avoiding soft-target type spots when possible). After all, I live in one of the most-visited tourist destinations on the planet.
This is also my chance to get back into proper eating habits. As this posts, I'm at the grocery store loading up on healthy food and reasonably healthy car snacks. Most days I'll be out at lunch time, but I can easily control breakfast, dinner, and snacking. This is going to be like two weeks at a health spa, with long walks, lots of fluids, and a relaxed outlook on life.
This is not how I vacation when I go away. When I go somewhere, I do get plenty of exercise from walking around attractions, but diet and sleep patterns are at the mercy of where I am. The reason most of us lose vacation weight quickly is because half of it is water retention from salty foods. A couple of weeks of normal eating lets the rest of it drop off.
So I'm headed up to the mountains tomorrow to play in the snow. Probably won't need the snow chains I bought, but I'm sure I will eventually. Then I won't have to run to the auto store at the last second for some. I can decide at 5am that a snow day sounds like fun.