on my way home tonite, i decided to stop by barnes & noble...you see, i've been tryin' to figure out how to fight this whole weight-gain kick i've been on for a few months, and working out more has not done the trick. i'm not ready to admit it, yet, but i'm taking steps towards believing it's my diet. i could eat better. i love food & don't want to give any of it up...but i just may have to. i may be getting old enough to have to watch what i eat. grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
i was about to pay bundles of money for a personal trainer when i realized i could just use that money to buy food that's better for me...'cause usually i just buy the groceries that are on sale that week, giving no thought to nutrition. i know how to work out...it's eating that i struggle with (eating well, anyway). so book one was The South Beach Diet. it's worked before, though i had a partner in crime...it'll be a true test of self-control to see if i can do it again.
as i was searching for that one, i came across The Secrets of Skinny Chicks; an entertaining and humorous spin on getting skinny...i am going to need humor to get through this.
and, finally, i came across The Confessions of St Augustine on supersale, which i've been wanting to read for quite some time. that one wasn't embarassing to purchase.
now if i could just figure out a way to get my MBA without doing the work, i'd have time to read these things.
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