Saturday, January 02, 2016
I know I need to make some changes this year! So.... 1. Drink more water. My water app has shown me I just don't drink enough liquids! 2. Stick to the LCHF diet challenge for 100 days - ends April 15th. 3. Waste less food - very important. 4. Either establish a regular gym schedule or cancel my membership - by end of March. 5. Put my health first.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
Since my recent diagnosis and my conversion to healthier eating, I have become slightly obsessed with how much rubbish food dominates our lives! Go into a supermarket and you're faced with racks of special offers - bags of cheap donuts, cookies, sweets, chocolate, crisps. And when I went to the Locality conference in Liverpool this week, I was greeted with plates and plates of huge cookies along with the teas and coffees and later on they served a choice of bacon or sausages in soft white rolls! Nothing at all I could eat, and it was only on my way home when I managed to dive into M&S Food at the station and grab a banana and some carrot sticks with houmus. Would it hurt to serve some fruit along with the cookies or even some wholemeal toast?
Sunday, July 26, 2015
I am so fed up with people posting photos of their food on Facebook or instagram. I don't care if you're doing whole30 or slimming world or just some made up diet of your own. Food pics unless done by a professional just generally look disgusting and anyway who cares??? I just saw a post on a Facebook friends status that looked like it had been thrown up by a dog! Great way to start your day.
Sunday, May 20, 2012
Well, I did it, one month without shopping apart from a couple of support things for my sports injuries. It has been an interesting experience. I am glad I was able to do it. I think it has taught me a lot of my shopping is impulse driven. If I can't buy it at once the urge goes away surprisingly fast. I think shopping is addictive behaviour for me in that I like the buzz of buying stuff more than I value the stuff itself. In the same time period I have given up sugar and processed foods, had hypnotherapy for anxiety and taken up yoga. It has been an interesting and rewarding few weeks.
Tuesday, May 01, 2012
Saturday, April 28, 2012
It's been quite a week. Along with the no-shopping diet i have been on a 5 day detox which was very tough. I literally could not climb the stairs. However I feel so much better now. I am so addicted to sweet and carb heavy foods I had to do something to break the cycle. So apart from food and birthday presents for phil I have bought nothing. I also started my hypnotherapy. What a strange experience. I already feel different. Very strange!