When I started this blog, one of my main goals was to eat better. I wanted to step away from fried foods and gain control of my eating habits. I like to think I'm doing better with this whole eating well thing - better than before at least; however, I know I'm not really. I still have a serious love of fried foods.
It's kind of pathetic how much I can think about food. I assume it's similar to how a junkie thinks about getting his next fix. In the car, I literally think about what the fries taste like at a particular fast food restaurant. I'm super thankful that I don't like Burger King's new thicker cut fries. Their old fries were my weakness - knowing that I'm not a fan of their newest deep fried potato creation means I can finally drive past a BK without thinking about swinging in for a small fry. I consider this an accomplishment, even if it has nothing to do with me making the change.
Do you have any tricks/tips to stay away from the foods you know are horrible for you? I would say I'd try getting full off of veggies and whatnot, but I also can't seem to make myself full enough that I won't eat food if it's sitting in front of me. I think I have some serious food issues.
And I'm sorry, but does that not look amazing up there?!