I have allot bags of stuff I carry around for work. To get into my office it's about a block up an incline (1 way; not both
). I estimate the wt to be between 20-30 lbs most of the time. Can't wait to get to my destination each day so I can shed the extra wt. Hmmmmm?
Go to bed at 11:30 am up at 5:30 am. Limited resolve to stick to my health plan.
A quick Spark Check in without reading or writing a blog=a quick Spark Plan Forget
I need to post some Health Plan Reminders/Inspirations around the house, work & car ASAP!
Buy Healthy Groceries that are picture perfect = consume healthy groceries.
Veggies washed & cut= veggies eaten.
Plan Menu & prep before work= healthy dinner.
Drive through a drive through=an addict without willpower. (Despite best intentions.)
Work out clothes laying out & ready=Work out probability 0f being completed 75 %.
10 minutes of exercise=75% chance of 30 minutes or more.
Wake up Smiling with a positive attitude= Smile all day.
TV on decreased umpf! Radio on energy up.
Write in Gratitude journal=feel grateful.
Drink pop diet or regular=I'm still thirsty & feel sluggish.
Eat fast food = cravings for more fast food.
Eat veggies & clean wholesome foods =ultimate satiation, clear skin, better sleep & energy.
These were thoughts from this week that I kept track of. My biggest stumbling block is my current heavy workload. It will get better eventually but not quite yet. Despite my current workload I need to find a bit more resolve & take care of me. Old habits are hard to change. I have changed many but there is obviously more to do. It's all clicking together better & better all the time. Basically it all comes down to making the right choice several times a day. My body deserves the best choice. For the most part healthy eating is very similar in $ price ounce for ounce to unhealthy eating. Unless of course you let the fruits & veggies rot. Packaged processed foods last a long time; unfortunately persons consuming them often do not. Truly, it doesn't take much for fruit, veggies, & other wholesome unprocessed foods to fill me up. I can eat tons of cookies, chips, etc & still be hungry. Despite it being a really tough time to overhaul my health I have great confidence that I will do this.
My biggest keys to success is Eat to Live principles by Dr. Joel Furhman.
Spark, esp. some loyal accountability friends.