why would thinking about somebody else cause you to make bad food choices for YOU? I cook healthy. DH will eat what I eat, or fix something for himself. Or sometimes I will add a little something to his plate (if I eat a meatless meal, I'll cook a piece chicken or something as part of his meal). He likes those frozen healthy meals, so I buy them for him. I can't remember the last time I ate one.
I don't have kids, but do they really NEED junk food? Granted my experience is through family or friends, but I know several whose kids eat good food. My nephew's favorite after school snack has been raw veggies and ranch dip since kindergarten (and he's 14 now). He does like Krispy Kremes, but that's a treat. Not a daily thing.
as far as where I fall on my priority list - I set aside my exercise time for ME, just about every day. There aren't many things that I do JUST FOR ME, but that hour or two is MINE. Yes, I will change things around for emergencies or very special occasions (and Friday is NOT a 'special occasion'). But when it's a pre-scheduled event, I just move my planned exercise time. Usually that means making sure I get in a morning workout.
it IS all about what is REALLY important to you. If you really want it, you'll find a way. If not, you'll find an excuse. aimeecopeland.com/
Aimee is a prime example of somebody who will not let ANYTHING keep her from doing what she wants.
The most handicapped person in the world is a negative thinker; a person who has the skills, abilities, talents and tools, yet chooses not to use them.
Forget your perfect offering
There is a crack in everything
That's how the light gets in.
| Pounds lost: 18.0