Real Food ~ Resolution

I spent the month of October skipping processed food, and I wrote repeatedly about feeling great, dropping weight without trying, and wanting to keep going after the month was over.

Then November hit, and along with it came the stress of the holiday season and a busy period at work. The result was that I ate a lot of convenience food and my unprocessed goals flew out the window. I feel tired all of the time, the 5 pounds have crept back and I have an overall negative body image.

I need to get back on track. Well, no time is better than the new year, right? So as of January 1, I’m back on my plan for October Unprocessed. Except it’s not just for a month. I’m going for a total lifestyle change. I recognize that I won’t be perfect, but I can do much, much better.

In order to set up some accountability for myself, I’m going to plan to post an update every Monday about what’s going on with my Read Food Resolution. It could be a book that I find helpful, a new recipe that I invented, a celebration of success or a confession of failure. Either way, I’m going to TRY to post every Monday.

Did you make a resolution this year? Do you want to join me in my Real Food Resolution?

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8 Responses to Real Food ~ Resolution

  1. You know I’m on board! Looking forward to Mondays!

  2. I’m in the same boat as you. I was doing well…until the holidays hit. I’m also planning to get back on track in January (tomorrow!). I look forward to reading your updates. Good luck!

  3. My resolutions (and I have several) aren’t food-oriented or even environmentally oriented, so I’ll be deleting the bookmark for your site as I did for that of Crunchy Chicken.

    Best wishes to you and your family in 2012 and beyond. Till we meet again!

  4. Oooh, I was totally expecting to come grab a button to show that I’m in! No button. :(

  5. What a great idea! I look forward to reading your posts.

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