Rising with the day

Giving a new app a try on my phone, which seems to already be very popular even though I have never heard of it before: Lose It!

I would so love to be able to one day live without counting calories and still be getting healthier, but I have not yet developed that skill. So counting calories it is.

Let’s be realistic. I don’t need to eat the amount I do. I tend to automatically fix myself a larger serving than I give my kids, and when asked I say it is because I am an adult and therefore need more. But really, when you add it all up, it is more than I need.

Too much healthy food is too much food.

When they go to bed, we usually have something else. Sometimes it is healthy, sometimes it is not.tea

Perhaps a better choice would be making myself tea instead. A large pot of decaf tea. I will try to implement that tonight. No, I will do that tonight.

I rose with the day on a better note than others, and fixed myself a smaller breakfast, then gathered a smaller lunch. Oh, Won’t Power, be with me today!


About J. Parrish Lewis

J. Parrish Lewis writes. He is also the author of The Goblin Road, a fantasy novel, and The Rabbit List. He was born and raised in Maryland. In his youth there, he and his brother had many adventures in the dogwood forests near his home. His nostalgia for these adventures has strongly influenced his characters, their relationships, and their perspective on the world they inhabit. He moved to California’s coast to earn his degree in communications and now lives with his family in the San Joaquin Valley. Lewis is profoundly deaf and uses American Sign Language to communicate. He enjoys hazelnut coffee, captioned movies, and walking his dog.
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