Tweet Oh the timeless New Years resolution to be healthier. This is one that haunts me. I have crappy genes. Let's just put that out there. That combined with my love of food and aversion to exercise leaves me in the position of being rather a chunky monkey.
I was blessed enough to loose ten pounds earlier this year. Before Christmas I had not found my lost ten pounds. Now the battery in my scale is dead and I am awaiting it's delivery via brown truck to see what kind of damage I did over Christmas.
Naturally, one of my goals HAS to be to healthier. I want to start walking again. I really do miss it despite my loud protests. It is a wonderful time to pray and offer myself over to the Lord. Making myself do the physical bit is never as hard as the food portion.
I love eating. I love eating lots. I hate portion control. I hate measuring and counting everything I eat. The only successful eating plan I have done was a whole foods mostly vegetarian approach. I still buckled under the restriction of no salty snacks though. I love salt.
I have found a neat answer to helping me with my goal though. A nifty little product that it would be such a shame not to share with you. It's called a Yum Yum Dish. Basically, it is the perfect portion for a snack. No more worrying about counting out 26 crackers. Just fill your little Yum Yum Dish up, eat, and when it is empty your done snacking. Such a simple but powerful concept.
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