Here’s my plan. I’m going to try to jump right in – to the post and the goals. 1…2…3…go!
Right now I am on the hunt for a healthy eating menu plan with shopping lists. I am pretty positive we aren’t going to commit to anything like Paleo because I know I won’t stick to that. Really I just want to eat more whole foods. Not Whole Foods – we still want to own a home and hard-soled shoes.
So, I am also going to put together a list of foods I will need for breakfasts, lunches and snacks. I am pretty sure I want to go with Fresh20 and a few tips from 100 Days of Real Food. If you’ve got anything better or easier, you know the drill.
Are you getting a feeling for exactly how insane I am?
We all know this is the hardest one. But, I have three fail-proof plans. Ha. Hahah. Wooo. Ok. So, Monday through Friday I will either attend Faithful Fitness (a cheap program with childcare a few blocks from our house) or use one of my DVDs. If I don’t do a little something every weekday, I won’t do it.
And, I want to use a pedometer to make sure I am moving as much as I’d like. I am thinking I won’t need one of those fancy pants ones, but that is still up for negotiation depending on how cute it is, of course.
I have been dabbling in these since Christmas now – using them for heartburn, wakefulness, headaches, flu care and anxiety moderation. Now, I have a list of oils I want to ad to my arsenal (lavender, lemon, frankincense, DigestZen, Serenity), and I am pledging to reach for these first before reaching to the medicine cabinet.
Apparently my Motrin and Zantac habit is “frowned upon” in the world of healthy living. Something about using them in “moderation” and they “aren’t candy.”
Take a Blood Builder and Probiotic
I am hoping these will increase my energy level and fix some gut problems we have around here. Any good brands you like? Are these good with nursing? Am I sure to be popular and highly intelligent after using them? That’s what I’m going for.
This should be number one I suppose, but I typed it fifth, so fifth it stays. Motivated blogger did not make this list. Anyway, this has been something I have been working toward for some time now, and I am going to continue to work on it because I am determined like that.
Check out Prayer Sticks for help in this area.
I heard somewhere that if you’re craving sugar, you should eat root veggies or squash. Is this true or baloney? Mmm! That brownie looks great, but I really think I am going to go for the radish instead. Anyway, I need to cut it out, and I want to use doTerra’s Slim and Sassy or grapefruit to help with the craves. Maybe even a detox plan? Do you have a fave? Will my entire family hate me if I cut the Suge Knight?
Calm My Mind. Identify Anxiety Triggers. Replace Anxious Habits.
Honestly, I’m hoping that if I do #1-6, then this will take care of itself. I am right in thinking that, right? Say yes. Otherwise, there is always Habit Reversal Therapy which I ain’t too proud to beg for if needed.