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OWL & CHEESE


Last year, I did an online fitness program that included timed nutrition. Normally, I ignore that part of the program because my goal is new and challenging exercise and not dieting. But this time I decided I'd give it a try. To my surprise, I loved it.


No, I didn't love the detail of the eating plan. It took effort to get started and stay with it. It wasn't intuitive at first. I had to look at my notes to remember what to eat and how much. And let's be super clear - strict adherence was not a strength. (That's my independent nature coming out.) But what I did LOVE was the mindset change it helped me make.


I went from thinking about what I wasn't going to eat, to what I was going to eat to feed my body. I redefined eating with positive behaviors and stopped defining my actions by the negative.