When I want to feel particularly healthy, I’ll have 1/2 cup rolled oats with a sprinkle of chia seeds and a dash of raisins.
Of course, it’s just as likely to make me er.. nevermind.
This week has been horrid. We’ve had fast food every night. Y’all, I even ate MCDONALDS on Wednesday. What kind of processed crap is that?!
The good news is that we don’t have to wait for a new year for a new start. You can “start fresh” any time you realize you’re getting off track. So, first things first–confront excuses:
Our dishwasher has been broken, but, instead of just washing dishes by hand we just keep waiting for the repair man to show up. It’s been over a week. -_-
This morning, after eating oatmeal with a fork, served in a measuring cup, I decided to try my hand at fixing the dish washer. If it didn’t work, well, the repair man is scheduled (again) to come today. And if that doesn’t work, I used the old “no excuses!” line with the hub-ster and we’ll wash them all by hand tonight.
Is it just me, or does eating clean really not jive with Weight Watchers Points Plus?
Most of the recommendations and recipes that I’ve come across call for low fat, reduced fat, low calorie…. chemically processed crap. Their “cheese slices” melt in the refrigerator. Or maybe I got a bad batch, I dunno, but I like to eat real food, in lesser quantities.
In other news… I’m still addicted to high fat, high sugar foods.
Confession: I went to Arby’s the other day… the speaker to take the order was completely pummeled. That was flag 1 that I didn’t need to be there, but I ordered Mozzarella sticks anyway. I pulled up to the window and it was 3x more expensive than anticipated–flag 2. He passed me the cheese sticks and they fell all over… onto the floor boards of my car and everything….
The reason I use ‘addicted’ is because that didn’t stop me… I figured I had recently cleaned my car and so the five second rule applied.
the five second rule applied.
Lowest of the low. So, I’m staying on Weight Watchers just to make sure that I stay aware of my choices. Eat real food, just eat less of it.