November is almost over. It's been almost 3 & 1/2 weeks since my last operation, and - despite the lingering cold I have - my strength is coming back... Slowly, but it's coming back all the same. And what does this all mean? It means it's time to move forward... Time to fix the problems caused by all my trips in to hospital... Time for change! What kind of change? Change to my diet, and change to the habits I formed over the past few months. Habits are so easily formed, but not so easy to break. But it's time to try!
So, what does this involve?
1. Getting myself in to a better sleep pattern so that I'm sleeping at night not in the day.
2. Ditching the take aways and ready meals in favour of "proper" dinners.
3. Making sure to take Kero for a walk EVERY day, even if it's just a five minute walk.
4. Figuring out where to set up the rowing machine my Mam brought down for me to use, and making sure to spend at least 10 minutes per day on it (I figure I'll start at 10 minutes, then work up).
Pretty simple goals... In theory! In practice, however, maybe not? We'll see!
To help me out though, I was wondering if you can recommend any easy healthy meals? I want as much variety as possible, but if there's too much work involved then I'm less likely to do it and more likely to reach for the take away menu and tell Kelly to order dinner. ;)
So... Any suggestions?
P.S. If you want to see what recipes I already have then take a look on our online recipe page (see link on sidebar). A lot of them aren't healthy, but there are some that are. Also, feel free to snag any you like off of there... Some I actually snagged off people (and web sites) anyway, and others are our own recipes that I don't mind if you snag.