31 Jan My 2015 Resolutions
A few weeks ago I posted on the Review of My 2014 New Year’s Resolutions and today I am following up with my 2015 Resolutions (and crossing my fingers that I keep most of them!) I hinted in my last blog that we have a lot going on in 2015! This year, hopefully, will be the year that we will remember for a long time! (Not sure if it will be a good thing to remember or not!)
So here are my 2015 Resolutions, in no particular order!
In years past I have always wrote I wanted to “lose weight” to get my pre-baby body back.Well, newsflash (probably more to me then the rest of you) it’s not coming back! Gone are the days of tight skin on my tummy and a metabolism that allowed me to eat Jimmy Johns and ice cream multiple days of the week. This year my goal is to be healthy. Don’t get me wrong, I am a pretty healthy person and workout 5+ times a week. However, my diet is BAD. I am constantly on this binge eating roller-coaster. You know the one…eating healthy for 4 weeks, then eating HORRIBLE for 3 weeks …and repeat! I have decided for me and my family (probably against their choice) that we are going to eat healthier for good. What does this mean? It’s very simple in three little steps:
1. Eat Out Less- We eat out WAY too much! We enjoy food and going out is a fun thing for us to do! However, it’s so expensive and the food is never really honestly that great! The plan is to try to only eat out twice a month (maybe with the occasional Jimmy Johns for lunch.)
2. Eat Less Sugar- Maybe it’s because on New Year’s Day I watched a bunch of food documentaries about the amount of sugar our nation is eating, but it was scary! It’s very addictive and I know that I have a HUGE problem with sweets! My goal is to keep my sugar intake to only 30 grams a day and lessen the amount of candies, sweet breakfast cereals, and cookies my kids get.
3. Cook With 1-Ingredient Foods- Just like it sounds. It’s really pretty simple. I am just going to try to make things from scratch myself more (which I do a lot anyways) and use less of the prepacked food items.
LEARN A NEW SKILL
Do you ever have something you have always wanted to do? Like learn a new language, learn how to fix a car, learn to not hit curbs when you turn corners? Well, 2015 is the year that I am taking up a new skill….or I should say I am learning something new. I find when you become an adult and have kids you end up hitting this wall where you have all these ideas of things you want to learn, but never really make time for them. This year, I am making time for it…uh really we are making time for it. My husband and I are doing learning it together. I really don’t want to go into much details, but it’s an activity my husband have started learning this last month (without the kids) and it’s been a pretty fun time! I’ll go into more detail on this later on in the year.
BUILD THIS TABLE