I know my 5 blog readers have been dying to know how plant based living has been going. Well I'll be honest with you, it hasn't.
I had to go on a work trip to Mammoth Mountain, CA for 10 days. I got sick about three days before we left and couldn't stop feeling nauseated. If any of my 5 readers are in the sports industry, you'll know that "work trip" is code for working nearly 24/7 and tending to people's needs. At least most of my work trips are. So while in Mammoth I stayed mostly plant based, and there was no meat involved, just dairy. When I got home I struggled to get back on the wagon because, you guys, these foods are addictive, toxic, and hard to get out of your body once they are there. I was still busy with another event happening in Park City the week after Mammoth. So I felt like crap, not surprisingly.
For the last two weeks I have been working on weaning myself back off dairy and some meat, I am not going to lie, its been hard, but so worth it. By today I am back to whole foods and plant based eating.
On another note, I finally watched Forks Over Kniveslast night. If you haven't seen it and you are a meat eater, you probably should watch it for your own edification. Most of the people in my life are meat eaters and this worries me a little bit. By all means I am not suggesting you all go vegan (all 5 of my readers), but it is something to consider, if not going all the way, maybe reduce your consumption a little. Forks Over Knives is on Netflix, if your interested!
I was babysitting all week so I am one run behind in C25K so I am off to do that now, before I got to Yoga in the Park sponsored by Lululemon. Have I mentioned how happy I am to be living in Park City?