So this is probably the least 'fit' fitness friday ever. After our fabulous efforts at walking last week, we haven't walked at all this week. Most of the week it rained, and that's just not something I'm willing to go walk in. Unfortunately, after the rain came cold. Since I wasn't exercising, I did feel the need to make a positive change somewhere else--most days this week, I went to work with a big bottle of homemade sprite--a liter of water, a few squirts of lime juice, a long squirt of lemon juice, a teaspoon of Truvia and a CO2 catridge full of bubbles. I probably still drank more diet coke than is good for me, but I didn't drink as much as last week, and that's got to be a good thing!
There is no real fiscal fitness news to report this week, either, other than to say that we've completely fallen off the limited eating out wagon. I suppose it is a positive to report that we're not eating out as much as we were a couple months ago, but I also think that kind of thinking leads to the slide back down the slope into more spending. I had been doing a good job at using cash for eating out, but it's so easy to just hand over the debit card and then not keep track of how much you've spent.
How do you keep from backsliding, either in your diet or your spending habits?