Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Making it a habit.

I bought a copy of Tosca Reno's Eating Clean cookbook. I attempted the first recipe last night. It was chicken fajitas. They were really good. My boyfriend even enjoyed them. That was the easiest recipe in the whole book. Everything else contains ingredients that I've never heard of. Luckily, Kroger has a decent organic section. I still have to go to Whole Foods to get a few special things. I think to myself that I am still paying for this band. It is so much more expensive to eat healthy than it is to buy junk. When I buy the processed stuff for my family, I sometimes find myself jealous that I can't be that easy. I really have to sit down and PLAN my meals. I panic if I don't have something prepared in the fridge to eat.

I made an organic breakfast pudding this morning and it was really good. I'm waiting my hour before I can drink and then I'm heading to the gym. I've put myself on a pretty rigorous training program.

6 days a week, I'm at the gym.

I do an hour of cardio every other day.
I work arms and legs on the other days.

I'm hoping to prevent too much loose skin. I know I'm going to have it but I'm going to try to have as little as possible.

I still look into my closet and I can't wait to wear my old clothes; I can't wait to get rid of the current ones.

My birthday is the 19th. I'm excited but a little part of me is sad because I'm turning 29. I know I shouldn't be but I can't help it.


  1. Wow! Good for you for working out so much!

    You're nicer than I am. I make my whole family eat what I wat. Why should they get out of having to eat the healthy stuff?

  2. My birthday is the 19th too!! Yay! I turn 32 this year! So I am a little ahead of you! I am not doing 6 days at the gym..but 4. Get some yoga in too! That really helps with core and if you find a good instructor it is fantastic!

  3. Don't be sad. Enjoy the last year of your twenties and know that 30s are even better. 6 days a week at the gym is freaking awesome.