When I started this blog I figured I’d just do the usual starve myself and try to exercise routins that has failed me so often before. The only thing that I anticipated being different was the potential for self-imposed public humiliation if I failed.
Instead of that anticipated outcome people have cared enough to take an interest in this blimp’s effort to deflate. As a result every day I have received good solid examples of how to change my dietary habits for the rest of my life. Based upon this information I can say that I have not gone hungry once in the first five days and I have actually had to force myself to eat a few times because I wasn’t hungry! Best of all is that I’m not eating tofu and curd. The food that I am eating is delicious and it isn’t rocket science to prepare.
What’s the point of the post you ask? The point is that I don’t want this information to be just for my benefit. If you choose to read this blog focus not just on what I write but rather more importantly on the comments on each post. You may benefit greatly, as I have, from the trick and tips of people who may have been where I am but have chosen to change. Please don’t waste this information! Even if it is just one or two tips you pick up and adopt it could benefit you for a lifetime!
To that end I am pasting into a comment for this post an email I just received. Last night I was discussing with Adam how difficult the good healthy breakfast was to prepare as I get up at 4am and have to get out of the door quickly. He was kind enough to provide me with information as to how I can prepare oatmeal and scrambled eggs in advance on a Sunday night so they are ready for fast and preparation each morning.
Please enjoy those bits of wisdom as well as all of the others posted here.