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Healthy is as healthy does

Ever live a go go go lifestyle and then crash crash crash?  I seem to do that a lot lately.  And I feel the effects terribly when I don't listen up to my own self.  While I do maintain consistent exercise, well balanced meals, and am doing better at getting good sleep, I find myself needing some improvement.  That's not to be negative, I just could stand to evaluate what is working and what is not.

For example, I read recently in a magazine Snooki (yes Snooki from Jersey Shore, don't judge, I love her!), stated about when she was binge eating pizza and drinking booze all day er-ry day at the shore, her mind was just dumb.  Foggy.  Groggy.  Icky.  Now that she embraces a clean diet and exercises often, she feels much more able to think straight.  It got me thinking about similar articles and info I've read up about the same kind of logic.   I believe it's safe to surmise that if we are what we eat, then best to not be fast, cheap, or greasy.

I have slipped more recently and had some not so good for you foods that I had gotten away from for a bit.  It's usually blah, makes me feel instantly gross, and then there is the wonder of the lasting effects of what it does to my insides.  Ick.  At least I'm determined to maintain clean and happy living more than ever.

Random Monday thoughts? Maybe.  Good food for thought and body?  Absolutely.

Have you checked in with your good intentions of the healthy lifestyle type lately?  What tips can you share?

Until we meet again,
M

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