No, not, morning food. Lol. I have chosen to stop mourning over food, particularly sweets. It was the mental road I used to travel and it sabotaged every effort. I'm just starting on the road, AGAIN, but I finally feel like a success figuring that emotion out!
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Being mindful about what we eat and the activity we engage in downsizes our bodies. So why not be mindful of our flurry of busy thoughts and downsize them as well? Try writing haiku to focus the mind and create new mantras for yourself. A haiku is a three-line non-rhyming poem of 17 syllables total with 5 syllables in the first line, 7 in the second, and 5 in the third. A form of poetry which originated in Japan, haiku has recently become popular on Twitter because of its brevity. Example below:
Hunger not for food but for a better version of your lesser self.
I only go to the grocery store once every two weeks, and I only buy what is on my list now. I have cut my grocery bill in half, because I am not stopping at the grocery store for 1-2 items and end up buying 10 items, several times a week.
I make a list of meals for two weeks at a time and that keeps me from stopping for fast food.
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