I've recorded my meals for over a year now. Yeah, it sucks in the beginning but it gets kinda interesting for a week or two when you get a few meals saved.
It's not glamorous.
But the results are. It's not immediate, but it's inevitable as long as you keep the faith.
I recorded my meals for over a year now. The thing is, I haven't recorded 52 weeks worth of meals. Not even close.
What I did was log my meals until I found a few I enjoyed which also helped me reach my goals.
Once a had a few days worth of nutritious meals, I'd get nutritiously repetitive and schedule my nutritious days. I didn't need to log them. I knew they were already healthy.
That way, I only needed to focus on the other days of the week. And even if they weren't perfect, I knew I could trust the days I already scheduled to be nutritious.
There were even weeks I don't log any of my meals because I know what I'm eating will help me lose weight. It's not glamorous but it's an awesome and liberating feeling.
There were also weeks I didn't log any of my meals and I would drift off course. Every once in a while, I would get complacent.
Sometimes I lose interest in the existing recipes and be ready for something new. Other times I'd "fall off the wagon."
But once I realized this, all I needed to do was start logging what I ate again until I found a few more meals which fit my goals.
I now have weeks worth of meals I can rely on which I enjoy and help me reach my goal.
In The End
It's not immediate, but it's inevitable. And it's not a diet of deprivation.
I can eat desert. I can eat carbohydrates. I can even fall off the wagon.
Cause I have weeks worth of meals I can rely on which I enjoy and help me reach my goal.
I have that from recording meals
- It help you stay on track
- It helps you save money cause you know what you need to buy at the grocer.
- It helps save you time, and stress. I highly, highly recommend it.