Why is this journey so dam difficult?
Eating healthy might be trendy but hard AF!
And if you have children it’s even harder! Ughhh!
Well I am sure we all have tried all the different diets and healthy trends out there, but f*** why is it so annoying!
Every single time we start a diet we get sidetracked by:
Delicious treats that others bring to work
Yummy left overs your kids leave behind
A night of alcohol drinking can make you so hungry
The skinny bitch next you eating a scrumptious slice of pizza (oohhh)
Irresistible late night food commercials
Kid or any other party with yummy floating snacks everywhere
Selling chocolates for school fundraiser (gets us all the time)
In order to stick to a diet or even a lifestyle change you have to be real committed and dedicated to it, otherwise it will not work! Posting cute pictures of when you were skinny or in shape on the fridge helps every time you want to open it and eat! LOL, Works like a charm!
It’s tough because people actually judge you in the grocery store when they look down and see doughnuts, cupcakes or even ice cream, hey those are trendy too you know! People nowadays can be real judgmental with their healthy trip, it’s like it’s a new rule in life, no junk, only greens! Even the smoothies are green now for Gods sake! Well if that’s so true why don’t I see any healthy fast food joints like: salads to go or veggie burgers and sandwiches drive thru’s. I am still waiting for those. If you are anything like me a super-duper busy mom, sometimes it is easy to just go through the drive thru and pick up a burger or a chicken sandwich if you are on the run! It’s what is around us! We can’t help it (sometimes). What I have learned to do to make it easier on the mind and soul is to just get the burger without the fries and soda, opt for water instead, it’s a healthier choice then eating the whole combo! Then you don’t feel as bad. We definitely need more available places to get healthy food and snacks on the go in this world, are you with me? Moral of the story is : Everything in moderation is key!
“It’s not what you eat, it’s how much you eat”