Getting rid of my belly wobble

With
the kids having been off for the summer holidays I have been eating lots of
naughty foods, finishing their meals on top of my own and having a little bit
too much ice cream, cake and chocolate as I am exposed to it more than
normal! Even our house warming party
had a very indulgent sweetie table.

We have also had lots of
convenience foods when we have been out and about on the road reviewing all
these trips and attractions and our quota of fruit and vegetables has sadly
been somewhat lacking! Now they are
back in school I want to tackle my belly wobble and get healthier
and leaner.

So
starting immediately I will be eating in moderation and trying to curb
my sugar cravings. I have such a sweet
tooth, but its mainly driven by a need to feel I am treating myself, I want a
sugary treat as I feel I deserve it after a hectic day with the boys. If I feel hungry I have to learn to reach
for a healthy snack and I should reward myself in other ways, a few pages of a
new book or a decent film off Netflix instead of it being all about the
cake. I need to have a clearout of our
food cupboards as temptation is too close to me at the moment, all junk food should
be hidden out of sight or not brought into the house in the first place! I will be getting some guidance from this no
crave article
to slowly wean me off the sweet stuff.

I
think I get thirsty and often mistake it for hunger too; I shall have to get
enough glasses of water down me during the day. I often forget to look after myself properly as I am so busy
making sure the boys are okay (or splitting up sibling arguments!). I have heard getting enough sleep can also
stop the cravings; I tend to have a slump and reach for the naughty treats to
give myself a quick sugar fix, so instead I should be having earlier nights. Although this is easier said than done with
the boys bedtime getting later and later.

To
compliment my new diet I should also look at my approach to fitness, I do walk
a fair bit taking the boys to and from school but I could do with toning up
whilst I am at it. My belly is not what
it used to be, I miss looking trimmer and feel I will never regain my pre-kids
figure. I think sometimes I lack the
motivation, as it’s easier to carry on as I am when your tired and run down and
overlook the importance of being healthy.

If
all else fails I will look at other means to get the body I want! I would not be beyond trying diet drops if
it came to it, I read this Pure Slim 1000
review by Healthycompare.com and I
so would like to wear a bikini one more time before I turn forty! I would not want to use them on there own
but part of my healthier lifestyle I want to follow. My friend and I were talking today and we are going to do weekly
hikes now her youngest will be moving into full time school, so long strenuous
walks, a well balanced diet and these drops might see my hitting the beach in
something more glamorous than my rolled up jeans! If these drops could suppress my appetite it would be a good
thing as I think I have been having hearty man sized portions for too long and
I really want to improve my eating habits. 
I am probably put stress on my stomach and facing potential diabetes if
I do not sort it out now, another friend has just had her stomach stapled and I
would not want to go to quite that drastic an action!

All the junk food I am eating is draining my
energy and I am completely worn out, fortunately this link to a clinical study of
the main ingredient of Pureslim 1000 which shows only the ingredients
ability to increase energy sounds like a welcome plus. I
am so very tired all the time if the drops could give me the boost I need to
face the challenges of life as a parent and actually start the fitness workout
I keep planning to do then that would be perfect!

How
do you manage to stay trim?

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