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Day 2.....

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Everything starts with good intentions! Yesterday I did pretty well during the day. As I tracked everything and watched my Weight Watcher points add up, I realized that I need some lower carb snacks. So, I did ok during the day, even though I had a really bad headache all day long… Andy and I had plans to go out to eat since it was so hot and this is our first time using air so we didn’t know how it was going to work. We just went to our local diner and I knew it would be hard to find healthy. And of course I didn’t. And then we went to Wal Mart to buy some groceries, and my will power was gone by then and I did not buy anything healthy!
How do you get away from consistently buying & eating bad things? How do you break this habit?

Ok, something just clicked! I need to go back to the basics. I think I am trying to do to much at one time.
Weekly what I am going to focus on:
Week 1 5/20 - 5/26: Drinking 64 oz of water every day & Journaling everything I eat
Week 2 5/27 - 6/2: Staying within my weight watcher points & planning healthier snacks. Plant Garden!
Week 3 6/3 - 6/9: Add 30 minutes of exercise 5 days a week.
Week 4 6/10 - 6/16: Add Strength training 3 days a week.
Week 5 6/17 - 6/23: Research & plan quick healther meals. Start making freezer meals, possibly to help?
Week 6 6/24 - 7/1: Research canning, freezing fruit & veggies. Start plan for healthy eating all winter long. Look for new receipes for healthy fruit & veggies.
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    It's a tough habit to break. I try to stay away from those aisles, and stick to a list. If I only get what's on my list, I do much better. I got kids too, so it is even tougher. Thankfully they love fresh fruits as much as I do. It will come. Just be patient. *HUGS*
    1768 days ago
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