Stepping Up and Stepping Out
Sometimes its hard to step up and out of your groove. Things get stuck. We get fat. It happens. So how do you motivate yourself enough to make a difference to where you’re at? You take action. Direct action. Stand up and move. Be physical. Make a start and clear out the cupboards!
Take out anything and everything that is going to make you fat. Anything and everything that is going to make it hard for you to achieve balance, anything and everything that will cause you to wobble. If it upsets you to throw it out: take it round to a friend or a neighbour and see if they can use it. Hand it out at a housing project, meals on wheels, local charity, sell it: it doesn’t matter just lose it. Clear the space for something good to come into your life.
And then, when the house is clear, replace those unhelpful items with things you can use. Things that will make you feel fantastic, things that will help you get creative in the kitchen. Choose good quality meats, seasonal vegetables, eggs, spices of every variety and flavour, nuts, seeds, good fats and fruit.
You will find that without the distraction of processed food and with the temptation of real food, real fat, real taste, colours, textures you will want to cook and create new meals. Make it easy, keep it simple and let your paleo experience grow from there!
Tonight we baked home-grown Bramley apples in the oven and filled them full with bilberries we had gathered from the moors above our home. The greens and purples looked fresh and made a simple good dessert with a spoonful of Greek yoghurt for topping..
Do you have any experience of gathering foods? We’d love to hear your story…
Posted on September 12, 2011, in Recipes, The Paleo Experience and tagged Bramley (apple), Convenience food, Lifestyle, Meals on Wheels, Paleo Diet, PaleoWorks Program, Public housing, Real Food, Strained yoghurt, Things (application), Wine tasting descriptors. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.