Weighty stuff

Should I have a talk with my local grocery store?

Should I have a talk with my local grocery store?

Well, last week I made a few changes to my diet.  Nothing drastic, but I mixed things up a little.  It worked.  By the end of the week, I was feeling like I had lost some weight.  When I weighed myself this morning, it showed that I was four pounds less than this time last week.




5 thoughts on “Weighty stuff

  1. I find that mixing things up periodically can be very helpful. The human body can adjust to whatever you’re doing, and will ultimately thwart your efforts when it goes into “survival” mode in an attempt to compensate for a perceived lack of food. If you change things a little once in a while, it keeps your metabolism guessing. Plus, variety keeps you from getting bored with your diet. For me, boredom is a major diet killer.

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  3. John D
    Yeah, I agree. I’ve cut the amount of salad I eat. I eat healthy salads, but I’m finding they are actually causing me to retain fluid, so I’m switching things up a little by using some whole grain pita bread (without a lot of crap in it) and putting the salad toppings in it (brocco sprouts, carrot, olive oil, and white beans). My dinners are still not what I would like them to be, though. That is a work in progress.

    I’ve been in that store a few times since I moved, and I just noticed the typo. My students make errors like that, and I always correct them. It amazes me that professional business let errors like that fall through the cracks. There are honest mistakes, but people are paying folks to put that on a sign. Geesh.

    Btw., most things that folks like to blame on the education system can be summed up easily….teachers correct them, but kids are too lazy to make the changes. The majority of the students do not care. Plain and simple.)

    It is a constant struggle. I’ve wanted to give up more than a few times, but I just can’t. Sometimes I find that having that mentality helps me to make the changes I need. It takes lots of prayer, too. 🙂

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