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Feeling Down

Tuesday, August 02, 2011

I've been reading the Spark lately and I am not into the action steps of their 28 day plan. I have tried to do the Spark Stages before and haven't gotten past stage 2 (I think) and it's really hitting me today that for some reason I am not sticking to my eating plan. Thankfully the past few days I have not gone over any nutritional goals, but at the same time I am not thinking of them. I need to get back into cooking at home, even if that means using my crock pot more.

My biggest problem comes from my husband. He only likes a few select veggies and I get tired of eating the same thing over and over. I love a wide variety of food but we seem to stick to a few of the same meals over and over. It doesn't help that I am currently working as an Intern and have no energy, I have motivation, to stand and cook dinner. I realize that sitting at a computer may not seem that draining, but I am being creative, or having to restrain it in some cases (much harder for me), so I am mentally drained and just want to relax and unwind. I will start cooking at home more again though.
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  • THATGIRL7
    Maybe you can try to cook some usual meals in the crockpot that can be frozen or put in the fridge that can be used for a few days, then make some food, still in the crockpot, just for you for other days.

    A way to change up your meals a little: Spices. That may seem ridiculous but a meal can totally change depending of the spices you put.

    I agree, it's not always easy. Hang on!



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  • DIRTYLAWNGUY
    Sometimes you just have to fore your self to do it. Hang in there, you'll hit a bottom rung on the ladder and get moving again! Good luck!
    2182 days ago
  • FIORENZA
    Never give up! Even slowly you'll reach you goal!
    2182 days ago
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