So a couple weeks ago, I started a sort of series called "FOR A WEEK". Basically, it meant that I would focus on one specific goal each day for a week, and then at the end of it, see how you did.
The first week was waking up at 5 am. Now, I am so used to it, and I've been able to get up so frequently that I have more time in the day to cross things off my to do list. This went well for me.

Now the second week was supposed to be about eating healthy...and let me tell you, it did not go well.
It's been two weeks since I started the eating healthy thing, and I have failed on a massive scale.
So there's a lot of places I can get fast food each day. There's the snack shack and dutch bros or any other fast food because my friend drives me to the college and we stop for lunch sometimes on the way there. If we don't, we go to her house for like 20 minutes and get snacks, and her pantry is stocked with junk food, like goldfish, pop tarts, granola bars, chips, cookies, soda, ice cream, and more.

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Turns out, I have no control (I already knew that but never wanted to accept it). I can also get snacks from Maverik on Wednesdays, and at my youth group, and at the vending machines.

I was so embarrassed by my lack of self discipline that I haven't brought myself to be able to admit that I've been eating crap these past couple weeks (okay months)
but here I am, confessing in front of God and everybody, how bad I am at self control. Not only does it hurt my body and self esteem, eating junk food also empties my wallet.
And honestly, that money spent on food literally goes down the toilet.

So now what? Well, it's time to lay out some rules. I'm working on another article describing my "rules" (I don't want to think of them as rules as that makes it worse for me) and action plans.
Thanks for reading and look out for that article :)