The hardest part of disciplining yourself food wise is to resist your instincts. As a creature of habit who consumes mass amounts of Carbs and grains I had to go out and buy all new stuff. I had to throw away stuff I hadn’t planned to not consume for 3 weeks, because I KNEW that I would rationalize it into my belly on some “don’t waste it” steez.
Due to cash flow concerns I am literally buying food day by day, which means I am in the grocery store daily.
Not a good look.
But yesterday went well. I am already hungry and my body is Hunting for PastryMuffinDonutish goodness. *grabs water*
Day One, Meal One
Turkey on Whole Wheat Bread with Honey Dijon Mustard ( It cannot be a naughty spread with 10 Calories, can it?)
Oikos Black Cherry Greek Yogurt
20 oz Water.
Day One Meal Two
Meatball Hoagie on Marinara (Foot Long)
8 oz Juice
20 Oz Water
18 oz Fruit Salad
32 Oz Water
At This very moment I am Simply Obliterating This #4 Single Baconator Medium combo with Natural Lemonade and a Big Al’s Fudge Cake White Chocolate Sauce.
I begin the 21 Day Junk Food Challenge. Not so much because Junk Food is Bad, but because I need change in my life. I need to be the change I want to see.
I am working harder, and longer and I am less and less able to stay on task with my other activities. Unless it is my job, staying on task has never been more difficult for me than it is right now.
After initially Swearing off the 21 Day Junk food Challenge I have decided to Throw my hat in the ring and get with the program .
Additionally I shall be Blogging EVERYTHING I eat throughout the 21 days of No Junk food.
No Junk Food:
No Biscuits or Cookies
No Cakes Donuts or Muffins
No White Bread
No Fast Food
No Nutella, Peanut Butter or other naughty spread
No Ice Cream
But first: *Clicks Publish and returns to his culinary debauchery*