My workouts have been pretty solid since the beginning of the year, but my eating habits need to change. I’m losing steadily again, but I know I could be doing more than I’m doing. I’m going to keep trying until I get it right which means it’s time to make some adjustments.
I’m going to stay within my new calorie range which is now lower than it was in the month of January. I want and need to see more substantial progress, and I think changing my intake will help. It’s harder to lose weight now than it was a year ago, but that’s okay because it can still be done.
My weight has been inching down since the beginning of the year. I change my workouts pretty often, but recently I’ve fallen into eating the same foods – many of which are processed – day after day. Staying within my calorie range is good. Staying within in my calorie range by eating satisfying, healthy foods is better.
My plan is to spend some time at Whole Foods later today looking for new fruits and vegetables, nuts and other satisfying, healthy food options, but I don’t think that’s the most important part of my new plan. After thinking this through, I think sometimes we just need to do a hard reset. And the food I choose will not be nearly as important as my efforts to adjust what’s going on inside my head.
It’s time to remind myself, once again, of what I really want – to be a healthy, aesthetically pleasing woman who is quick on her feet and slow with her fork. 😉 It’s time to remind myself that I will get there by concentrating on one day at a time.
Yesterday I found success in a good workout and eating in the way I described above. I plan to do it again today while adding more variety to my dinner.What do you do when you find yourself bored and/or losing control of your eating habits? How do you keep it interesting?