Flexibility and always having a backup plan help keep me healthy and vibrant. Less stressed and sane, too.
Today was filled with project deadlines, invoices, and prepping for tomorrow’s TV segment. And taking a shortened power walk in the cold (23 minutes). Time was tight and my to-do list was long. I knew getting my preferred #6 post up (Curiosity Part 1: Words or Spicy Shoes and Boots Part 1) was probably not going to happen. So at about 4 pm I started creating that backup plan in the back of my mind. It started as plan B, then went to plan C, and now this post is plan D.
Lightbulb! I’ll talk about BVM, the tenets of my overall eating philosophy to stay healthy and vibrant.
Balance, Variety and Moderation. All foods fit. Nothing radical or fearful.
The best way to depict how I execute BVM is through the Blog Post I did for a client today: Nine Necessities in This Dietitian’s Pantry.
You can see I buy, stock and eat (enjoy, too), normal everyday foods. And I have the BEST pantry ever since we moved to our new house in June. Two actually, since the small one is a dedicated cereal pantry.
Jeff was thrilled I came up with that idea since he has his “bedtime snack” every night – cereal & milk. He just had Rice Krispies with sugar on them.
I talk about cereal in the post.
And eight other things.
Is your pantry filled with lots of choices depicting balance, variety and moderation?
And do you proactively create backup plans to reduce stress?
See you tomorrow!