I've had a busy week work-wise, almost ending up in Kingston for two days. That would have been a 2 1/2 hour drive each way, traffic permitting. Thankfully, I did not have to go, but did do an unexpected day of work yesterday. Today, I finished off a translation, went to pick up my knee x-rays (geez, I hate that clinic) and will soon be off to yoga.
But before I go, I would like to tell you about my mantra and how helpful it is to me.
Here it is:
"Don't worry. You can have it later when you're hungry again."
It's long and lacking in elegance, but it's very meaningful to me. It means that I don't have to deny myself anything. I just have to find the right time to eat it and the right time is when I feel like eating it and have the room in my stomach to do so.
Practically speaking, this mantra means that I actually do eat less of the stuff that's "bad" for me, even though I detest that word. Why? Because I only crave sweets after my hunger's been satisfied. I don't crave sweets when I'm hungry. Full disclosure: sometimes I will have a bit of a sweet like a large spoonful of ice cream after my meal, but I soothe myself by saying that I can have more if I really want it...just later! And often, later gets forgotten.
Sometimes, it's not that easy, but who said life was easy?
Gotta run to yoga now!
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