The little hummingbird got a camera for her 3rd birthday and I finally got back the use of my cell phone for the most part. She’s been snapping pictures left and right.
My husband downloaded all of the photos she’s been taking a few days ago and there’s nothing like seeing my ass up on the computer screen, taken from the perspective of a three-year old, to show me that while I’m never going to be “perfect”, my body could use some extra lovin’ from me.
No, not masturbation “lovin’”…. although I’d much rather masturbate than exercise. Who wouldn’t? I’ve never tried a spinning class but I’m thinking if you sit just right, you can have your cake and eat it too. Is that why spinning classes are so popular? Anyone?
I’m talking about getting my body in better shape. I’m following my own plan of eating healthier but since Easter, I’ve been eating more crap and need to get back on track.
I’m looking at you Cadbury milk chocolate mini eggs with your perfectly crisp and sugary outer shell.
I don’t like to count calories or use a scale because then I feel like I become to obsessed with what I eat. A few days ago while staring blankly at my computer screen and eating a Dove chocolate egg, I thought maybe it would be more beneficial if instead of keeping a food diary of everything I eat, I should keep one of only the good food I eat every day along with what I do for exercise.
This way I wouldn’t have to look at anything I deem as ”food failures” that I may have eaten.
It can be in a journal, a notepad, even on post-its
because I invented post-its. I’m also going to put it up on my new blog, The Good Food Diaries.
I’m starting this blog to document my good food diary along with recipes I’ll make that may be a success (fingers crossed) or a total failure.
You can also submit recipes.
It doesn’t necessarily have to be low-fat or low-calorie, as long as it’s fine in moderation. Email to email@example.com
P.S. I’m still getting the food diaries blog in order so in the meantime, you can stare at him while you’re over there….