It’s been over two months since I’ve been able to run after recovering from an injury... finally got the clear to start training again. Something I’ve learned this year both for the positive and negative is that you don’t know how something impacts you until you step away from it... running is something that brings me such clarity and awareness of self and I’m thankful for the lessons it continues to teach me... you can always take another step. HERE WE GO BABY.
In a perfect world we would all be eating all natural, free range, organic, chemical free meat and vegetables but this world is far from perfect, right? The reality is the more you make, the better you can eat. I mean it makes sense, right?? Those meats and vegetables are a great option, but how many average families can actually afford to eat like this? I’ve been in a spot where $5 needed to feed me for 2-3 Days. That situation didn’t give me the freedom to choose organic options. I had to get as much food as I could for that amount. Everything I was eating was scattered through I isles packaged up with no or very long expiration dates. That brings me to the whole point of this post. When you go to the grocery store, work with your budget to get everything you need but stick to the outside of the store as much as possible. If it doesn’t go bad, don’t eat it. This goes way past loosing a couple pounds and gaining some muscles for me guys. It’s about overall health. It may not seem like it matters now, but trust me it’s all going to catch up down the line. Remember, ONE healthy choice a day add up!! Now have yourself a wonderful weekend! Happy Friday😁✌🏾