I'm going to start my Sleek Technique online Bikini Body plan. It's a 10-day plan that can be done in my living room and having extra days off means I will actually have time to try it. This also means I will feel less guilty about my hot cross bun binge on Saturday morning.
Farrah Storr, Editor
I just bought a pair of very luxurious Hey Jo leggings. So I'll be training in them for my triathlon. Then eating a Lindt bunny. Obviously.
Emily Murphy, Picture & Managing Editor
I plan on walking off my Easter eggs in the Chilterns. I'm going to put my walking shoes on, grab my hiking stick and go on a mammoth of a walk with my husband, plus the obligatory pub lunch will of course be required.
Amy Grier, Features Editor
I will be bringing my new running shoes to Rome, offsetting all the lovely pizza, pasta and Aperol Spritzes (Spritzi?) with a few morning runs around the city in training for the Nike, 'We Own The Night' in less than a month's time! (I will also be being very wary of the risk of death by Vespa).
Amelia Jones, Editorial Assistant
Whenever I see my family we crack open a bottle of Bolly. A few glasses might make me forget my troubles after a long week – not my name, I don't drink that much – but a study by Reading University revealed it could help boost your memory as you age. I'm not taking any chances. Chin chin.
Katie Mulloy, Deputy Editor
I'll be in Paris for the weekend and will make a fleeting return to the 'sensible' drinking habits I managed to cultivate while I was out there – hello pavement café and slow sipping on a glass of good Brouilly.
Faye O'Sullivan, Deputy Art Director
Long brunch, long bike ride, long bath!
Anita Bhagwandas, Beauty & Health Editor
I plan on being mindful over the Easter weekend, going back to Wales, appreciating the nature and fresh air and enjoying really simple but rarely-done pleasures like reading. Sometimes your brain just needs a break from the stress.
Alexia Dellner, Deputy Web Editor
Leaving the city means I get to play with my boyfriend's family's dogs all weekend! I plan on going for long walks on the Norfolk coast chasing after two cockerpoos - quite the work out, trust me!
Alice Beverton-Palmer, Web Editor
I rarely get to see my brother, who lives in Aberdeen, so it'll be a treat to go for a long run together along Regent's Canal. What takes the shine off is the certain knowledge that he's going to kick my butt.