Things that must change.

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

I will NOT:
*Drink anything other than water (unless I am having milk with cereal).
*Have more than two servings of sweets per day (so whatever the recommended serving size is).
*Be lazy during work anymore!
*Make excuses to NOT be active - even when it is wet or hot out I have other options indoors.
*Continue to excessively procrastinate - all it does is make more work for me.
*Continue to be negative about my health - a healthy baby will not come from a mama who is unhealthy and has a bad attitude.

*Try to walk at least a mile at work every day (barring injury or illness).
*Try to walk in the evenings - even if it's just walking in place in my living room.
*Get to the gym on the weekends or on weekend nights when I have time.
*Eat one vegetarian meal a week.
*Encourage the kids to eat more of the veggies they claim to like and want.
*Purchase and take better, more nutritious snacks to work.
*Limit myself to the number of "bad" meals I can have per week.
*Be more conscious of the amount of food I am eating (and try to eat half as much).
*Stop drinking soda completely.

Acceptable breakfast foods:
A protein shake along with ONE of the following -
Fruits (berries, apples with peanut butter)
Low-calorie cereals with low fat milk
Low-calorie granola bars
One slice of whole-grain toast with peanut butter or butter
Single serving of oatmeal
Greek yogurt

Acceptable lunch foods:
Protein shake, and -
Whole wheat or baked chips
Grilled or broiled meats, single serving
Salads or vegetable options
Fruit, single serving
Greek yogurt

Acceptable dinner foods:
Water, and -
Serving whole wheat (rice, bread)
Starches (potatoes)
Vegetable OR salad with minimal dressing
Grilled, broiled, or baked meat
Fruit or yogurt for dessert

Cheat day: Sunday
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