I feel miserable. Well, I did, anyhow. I was nauseated, my head was swimming, I was hot and cold at the same time, the hair on my arms hurt– and I had not had one single margarita. Not one. I had, however, indulged in junk food, and a lot of it in a short period of time, which was a dramatic change from my very healthful diet. I was out running errands the other day and just could not help myself. I ended up at home with
an assorted collection of sweet and savory treats and I ate them all. It was so good. Until…..
So, it happened and I spent time on the couch recovering. Have I learned my lesson? I am sure, just like anyone who has ever uttered “those” words while suffering the price the next day after a big night out, I am sure I will (you know: “I’ll never do that again…”). What I wonder, though, is how many people feel as miserable as I did on a regular basis because junk food is a
regular part of their diet. Even more so, how many people have “gotten used to” feeling miserable because they regularly eat a low quality food and their bodies have more-or-less become adjusted to the insult. Do they know that they feel miserable all the time?
As for me, I’m back to my healthful diet and feel worlds better. The rule: If I don’t eat it of I don’t buy it.
Eat well, everyone. Or don’t.