Organisation is key. People always says this about being healthy, I've said it in this blog even, and I've I've not been properly organised. We've had a couple of weekends filled with family and friends and food and while that's lovely and a great time was had there's been street food stalls (visited the Rib Man in Brick Lane and finally had poutine amongst others), cheesecake, burgers, beers, a wine tasting... it's not been great. The worst of it though is that while having a couple of days here and there to cut loose and not watch everything you eat is good for the soul it's amazing how quickly you can undo the good work you've done. If it was a case of a day off, treats, and then back to business it'd be fine but it's more a case of one day breaks the healthy habits I've been building up then a couple more days slip and before I know it I'm eating crap habitually and I've not had anything green all day. This is something that needs continual work and I have to remind myself that the point is to keep working at it not to get complacent and just coast. I've had almost 40 years of a pretty terrible diet and a unhealthy relationship with food - the work I've done so far isn't going to change all that in my head right away.
|You evil, delicious, bastard.|
|An example of the type of healthy choice I should be making more often.|
Also, I got to prepare this snack with a hammer - winner!
|Still in the gym. Hulk socks for weight lifting - DAN SMASH!|
Speaking of which I've been trying Matcha green tea powder which is apparently incredibly good for you but I can't find a way of consuming it without it being utterly rank. Anyone got any tips?
Right, off for a week of super clean eating before I ruin it all again by going to a 3 day heavy metal festival next weekend with a load of heavy drinkers. Oh Jesus.
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