Tellin’ The Truth Tuesday

by adustyframe ~ October 19th, 2010

Tellin the truth TuesdayI’ve been staying up too late again! I think I’ve just turned into a night owl and may always have to struggle with this. I guess as long as I get to bed at a decent hour several nights a week, I’ll call it good.

My healthy eating plan is going great. I’ve noticed that my tastes have really changed. A lot of things I used to like just don’t taste very good. This is a good thing of course but a little bit of me feels sad when I taste and old favorite and discover I don’t like it anymore. (Just a little sad… I’m very thrilled with the changes I’m making.)

I’ve been joking lately that my life has really changed.

A few weeks ago, Lee asked me to go get him some ice cream. I went to the store and got him ice cream and I got myself apple cider vinegar.

Then the other day, I went to the health food store to get myself dandelion root tea. James got a cookie and I got dandelion tea.

Oh how my life has changed!

How about you? Any health goals or progress to share?

**Don’t forget to enter my giveaway for unsweetened coconut flakes!!**

Lizzie

3 Thoughts Shared to Tellin’ The Truth Tuesday

  1. Pam

    I’ve lost 33 pounds……my blood pressure and blood sugar are normal……I’m only 8 pounds from what my drivers license says I weigh!!!!! I’m thankful that the Lord allowed me to have the strength to change my eating habits and allow me to walk the weight off- 33 pounds in 22 weeks.

  2. Janet

    I am trying to fight being a lifelong night owl (working until 2 and 3 in the morning) by using habitforge that you shared on another post. It does help. I hurry to bed so I won’t get in trouble!!:)

  3. Judith

    Lizzie, these posts are really encouraging to me. I’m just catching up on reading a bunch right now. What diet are you following? And it’s good for me to hear how you go to the store and get one thing for your husband or son and something else for yourself. I think I use food as a bonding tool, giving us something else to share in common, instead of sticking to my guns about what my body can and cannot handle. It makes sense that I’m gaining weight if I’m trying to copy the eating habits of my bigger built farmer husband. Why am I surprised?! 🙂 May God keep giving you grace (and all of us … to be good stewards of the life and body He’s given us). Thanks for stimulating me!

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