Intermittent Fasting

I think I’m going to do it. I’m not a massive believer in diets or food restrictions but I’m also not a huge supporter of weight gain and sadness.

We’ve all had A Year. With this, we should all give ourselves grace. Be gentle with ourselves. Show ourselves extra love. All the things.

But.

I didn’t expect to see the number I did at the doctors and I have to shift something. I don’t think eating at night is a problem. I’m very much a believer of calories in/calories out. However, I don’t recall the last time I ate something terribly healthy in the late hours and if I implement intermittent fasting, it would solve that potato chip cookie chocolate issue.

I’m going to try it because why not. I believe in resets.

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