Enjoyment, Reflection, Satiation, Wellbeing

Being liberal vs rigid with food

It’s important we don’t take it too far in one direction if it’s affecting our well-being in life.

I’ve played both sides of that field, and I find it best for myself to be about 95% rigid and the rest some freedom from cost, and rarely, freedom from ingredients. If I get too liberal, I end up lethargic and can’t do things I love, like workouts, occasional video games, or puzzles.

What have you found for yourself? ๐Ÿ™‚

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Enjoyment, Satiation, Weight loss, Wellbeing

Mind churn of โ€œI gotta eat somethingโ€

Sometimes our heads can run away in us like this. A good way to do a reality check is:

Track your calories against your expenditure.

Lots of online resources can help with this. Yesterday I had 3500, which is a lil too much for me, so Iโ€™m having a very light breakfast. Not that it works for everyone, just Ann idea to correct the imbalance of intake.

Also, a good stretch, yoga, chores, mixture of physical fun n games may help distract your mind

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Enjoyment, Fitness, Local, Satiation, Strength, Weight loss, Wellbeing

Training or adventure?

In my home town, we are blessed to have access to 2 types of swimming pools at our YMCA, each for a different purpose. It’s really cool to have that included with the gym  membership, and I hope others are able to find the same benefit in their town too!

So what choice do you pick in your life, training or adventure, or a lil of each? I like to get both, regardless of what labeled choice picked.

Have a good one.
Ryan

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