Lately I’ve been noticing that I don’t seem to be eating all of the fruit and veggies that I purchase before they go bad.
So, to switch things up (and save a bit of money since I’m on a college girl budget) last week I didn’t buy as much produce as I usually would.
My plan totally worked, I actually ran out of fruit and veggies early- and not even a single strawberry went to waste!
The downside however, is I had to make another mini-trip to the store today to stock up on what I ran out of.
I secretly love grocery shopping so I didn’t mind 🙂
Try this out guys! Save money by buying produce in smaller portions.
“Eating ONE hamburger every day can increase the death rate by 1/3” – Graham Hill
Throughout my many awesome years of health blogging, not to mention my entire 24 years of lifelong vegetarianism; one of the most common questions I get asked is, “Brittany, why would you possibly bother being vegetarian?”
Here are my 3 answers to that question-
Did you know we raise 10 BILLION animals each year for meat? Out of those 10 billion- a majority of them are raised in factory farm conditions that we wouldn’t even consider for our own cats, dogs etc. If you’d like to learn more about this- Google these 3 words: “animal factory cruelty”. Spend ONE minute on Google images, and I guarantee you’ll give vegetarianism another thought.
Meat causes more emissions than all transportation combined. Cars, trains, planes, boats- you name it.
Beef production uses 100 times more water then most vegetables do.
Increase in Meat Consumption
We as a society are eating TWICE as much meat as we did in the 50’s. What used to be a small side dish, is now the main course.
With the traditional Western diet, the average American consumes about double the protein her or his body needs.
Additionally, the main source of protein comes from animal products which are high in fat and saturated fat.
Stand against animal cruelty, help the environment, allow your body to be healthier, and live a longer life; being vegetarian is AWESOME.
This is a very simple Fitspirational concept- if you’re used to unhealthy eathing habits, then when faced with choosing between chips and an apple; chances are you’re going to go for the chips.
But what if you eliminate the unhealthy options? Then your choice becomes an apple vs a cup of fresh strawberries. Either way, you’ll end up munching on something nutricious!
Check out this awesome shopping cart full of food. My boyfriend is a Marine and he eats really healthy EVEN THOUGH he lives in the barraks on base.
College students listen up- if he can eat healthy on base; you can eat healthy in your dorms. NO EXCUSES.
Needless to say, from the looks of this shooping cart- it’ll be a Fitspirational week!
It’s a beautiful Saturday afternoon in Sunny San Diego today, and I’m so blessed to be able to take a few hours by this classy fountain and blog my little Fitspirational Heart out!
I just finished a bowl of fresh hearty tomato basil soup at the quaint cafe next door, and it was just enough to fill my tummy for the next few fabulous hours. I’m lucky to have snagged this awesome spot next to the fountain, the sound of the water falling is perfect blogging music.
Not going to lie, this fountain next to me is looking pretty cold and tempting… if there wasn’t a group of seventy-something year old golden girls sitting at the table next to me, I’d dive right in!
On that note- I’ve decided that I’m going to use the rest of my college free summer to pour my heart and soul into my cyber baby TheFitspirationalBlonde.com! Get excited guys, I have spectacular God-sized dreams for this fabulous blog.
Many more fountain-side days of blogging to come this summer 🙂