It really is easier to go non-toxic ON my body that IN my body.
I am slowly switching over my cleaners (pay no attention to the new bottle of dishwasher liquid under the sink). I am liking the no poo method of washing my hair. I have even toyed with the idea of making my own toothpaste. If I am not going anywhere and I am not doing much around the house (i.e. studying for HOURS on end), then I forgo the deodorant. I do not use perfume (major headache when I do) and I do not even own a single bottle of hair styling product.
Yeah, I would say that going non-toxic on my body isn't so bad.
Going non-toxic IN my body...well, that is another issue. That is hard to do. How am I to resist Little Debbie and all her delicious snacks. Have you seen those "bat brownies" she has out for halloween? Those are some yummy bats, I tell you.
I am trying though. Kinda. You see, I have that endoscopy coming up and I want the test to have true results. I do not want to start eating all healthy and then the results be mixed.
Yes, I am reaching.
It is so easy to reach for a small bag of chips on my way out the door for work than it is to bag some carrots and an ice pack. I do need to do better though. Really, I do. I feel horrible and tired most days and I know that if I just ate better I would feel better. I am hoping that outing myself as a food slob that maybe it will encourage me to start to do better.
I guess it is good that I at least am doing better with on the body.
Babysteps, folks. Babysteps.