Its been a processed day all day long–Day Two of work without end, amen…busy schedules galore…and an over abundance of input from people who can’t do it themselves, but want others to get it done regardless and NOW.
Do you ever feel like you’re chasing your own tail? I have felt that way for two days, and with no relief in sight.
Busyness is no excuse for abandoning healthy eating habits, I know that, but on days like this I can’t seem to find the energy or time to eat the right way.
I haven’t eaten terrible foods today, but I have eaten calorie-dense foods.
I haven’t eaten foods swimming in sauces or syrups today, but I have eaten foods that were shaped, stirred, flipped, fried and packaged at commercial food manufacturing plants.
Back in the day, I would have let this go on for months, maybe years. Thankfully, now, I have this inner voice encouraging me to walk away from the junk and once more pick up those foods that constitute God’s bounty.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, or so they say.
I believe it.
My first stop after work today–the green grocer aisle at my local grocery store. I am starving for something of substance.
Good food is good fuel, I know that, so my prayer tonight is that I can find some good fuel and happily “Fill ‘er up!”