Health and Physical Body: Truth and Ways to Improve

By | January 20, 2010

The contents of my fridge before I went to Las Vegas:

  • Baby Carrots
  • Fancy Mustard
  • Milk
  • Half & Half
  • Veggie Dip
  • Homemade Jam
  • Ketchup

Now take away the carrots, milk, and veggie dip and that’s what I currently have.

At the workshop I just attended, we talked about “Health and Physical Body.” Here’s my truth: my refrigerator does not reflect the healthy, active person I want to be. It barely even reflects survival. There are many reasons for this, but I’m not here to make excuses. I’m just here to see the truth as it is and accept that this is where I’m at.

The next step is to go grocery shopping to get the foods I want to eat, without feeling disgruntled about the grocery bill. And the step after that is to be home long enough to create healthy meals that I can enjoy eating, instead of relying on the good will of “mom and dad” or “grandma and grandpa” or “restaurant of choice.”

Please send me your encouragement. Thanks!

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2 thoughts on “Health and Physical Body: Truth and Ways to Improve

  1. Andrea

    I'd send you a picture of the contents of my fridge, but it would only be discouraging. It shows that we farm, and have access to milk and meat. and condiments (which seem to last a long time, but you can't eat them without "real" food).

    good luck on the grocery shopping.

  2. Brita

    Come over for lunch some day, Evelyn. I'd love to have you.

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