Meatless Mondays: Starting a Food Journal 📖

Happy New Year my Friends!

It’s time to get our lives together and get back into a healthier lifestyle. Many of us were on a roll with eating properly in the beginning of 2020. Then suddenly the world changed and unfortunately so did our healthy eating habits. We pretty much were limited on foods we could eat. The restaurants were closed and purchasing healthy food items were scarce.

And let’s not mention that most of the foods we consumed were not friendly on our bodies. Many of us gained weight that we normally would not have.

Now that we are starting to get back a good source of food supplies, it’s time to reset the button and get back into the swing of things.

I personally like to keep a food journal/diary. Why keep a diary you might ask…

First, it keeps you accountable. When you see a visual log of what you’re putting into your body, it can definitely do something to your mind. When you see how much sugar or sodium you’re actually consuming, it will give you a new perspective. You definitely don’t want to see your nutrient levels in the red.

You can log your foods two ways: a food journal or an app on your phone. I use and recommend MyFitnessPal. This is without a doubt the best app to log your foods (and no this is not sponsored).

This is from my phone. Bases on my goal, I should only consume 1220 calories per day.

You get to see your nutrient, macro and caloric levels.

As you can see from my homepage, I’ve been using MyFitnessPal for a very long time and it works for me.

It truly is a great app to use when you’re trying to eat healthier.  It’s not for just losing weight, it’s also used to maintain your current weight.  Each time you set a goal it, resets the amount of weight you lost from the last goal of the homepage.  As you can see above, my weight lost has been reset to 0lbs lost until I start shedding lbs based on my new goal weight.  However, it does keep a history of the weight you’ve previously lost. 

If you are part of MyFitnessPal or join after reading this, feel free to follow me and we can go on this healthier lifestyle journey together.

Until next time my friends 💋

Blogmas Day 9: Holiday Workout Guide

Hey my friends!

Here is a guide by http://www.bigskymultisportcoaching.com that is fun and helps to motivate during the Christmas holiday:

Blogmas Day 1: It’s Giving Tuesday…

Hey my friends!

Happy first day of December and Blogmas. Celebrating “Giving Tuesday” today is the best way to start the beginning of this month.

What is “Giving Tuesday”?

Each year nonprofit organizations, small businesses, corporations and other institutions all over the world celebrate this day of giving, also known as Global Generosity Movement.

Giving Tuesday can be any small gesture. It’s not only about donation. Giving Tuesday means volunteering your time to help others, texting someone to let them know how you are happy they are in your life or simply complimenting a stranger.

So my friends I just want to take the time out to say how much I appreciate you all for taking time out of your busy lives to be apart of mine 💋