I am of two minds: 1) I can't do it--how on earth can I make a plan everyday--and then stick to it--everyday.
And of course, the response is, you can do it today. It isn't helpful to think of the future, just today, just now is all that is required.
2) It isn't fair. Because, of course, it is true. Whenever I eat "whatever" I like, I tend to choose whatever is easy, whatever is quick and whatever takes up the least amount of prep space and dishes. In this, I am not alone. But I don't make wise choices for my body or my health. Making a plan and sticking to it is going to keep me healthy.
I resent that this is true. Oh well. I'm a grown-up, not a two year old.
So, my "No Choice" advantage card reads as follows:
I cannot eat whatever I want whenever I want and be slim. I just have to plan my food if I want to be thinner. The more often I choose to stay on plan--to say to myself--there is no choice to be made, it's been done--the easier it will get. Being thinner is more important to me than eating spontaneously.And that's true, too.