So there really hasn't been a lot going on and a lot on here in Huntville.  I started to get my ass in gear in terms of getting back on track with the eating and started back with the exercising.  I was hanging tough…then the stomach flu hit.  Papa Hunt hit the porcelain pretty hard…I just have been sick to my stomach for a few days.  I went right back to white food eating (bread, rice, crackers) and it sort of blew my momentum.

So now that I am feeling a bit better I am feeling back on track.  I also am reading a really great book that has me thinking.  Tosca Rena who has put out the Clean Eating Books had a new release this month called the Start Here Diet.  It is not just another repackaged Clean Eating book…it is a look into how to make a huge positive change in your attitude.  It explores her own journey to loose 70 pounds and turn her life around.  I like the questions is asking me to think about-Things I don't really want to think about but really need to think about if I am every going to really get a handle on this weight loss thing.  So that is about it from here….how is everyone else doing in this first week post New Years?
7 Responses
  1. monicazyoung Says:

    Good luck this week and I hope you enjoy the book

  2. Ms. Witi Says:

    Sounds like a good book….I love reading new books and always hoping something might "click" in a new way to jumpstart this "hibernating eat-a-thon b/c its really, really, cold" trip I am on.

    I also signed up for (in)courage online bible study called Made to Crave. It starts next Sunday. I am waiting for my book to come but, it looks like a nice change in focus that I need.

  3. Unknown Says:

    I'll have to check the Clean Eating book out!

  4. Good luck! I am restarting too :)

  5. Unknown Says:

    I will have to check out that book!

  6. Anonymous Says:

    It sounds like a great book. It can be uncomfortable at first, but sometimes we have to dig a little deeper, and ask ourselves tougher questions, to get the solutions that we seek.

  7. lydsrich Says:

    "making a change in your attitude" is the key ingredient, I think!!

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