How do you define abundance?
Common words associated with abundance are:
over-sufficient quantity or supply
- How much of the food I eat is really high quality nutrition?
- How much money do I spend on junk, sweets and food that I will just throw away because it has spoiled or doesn’t interest me anymore?
- How often do I finish every bite of a huge portion of restaurant food because “I paid for it”?
- How often do I “feed” my stress-filled mind by putting food in my mouth?
- Why do I reward myself with food?
It is time to redefine abundance!
- I can save money by not purchasing junk food and excess food.
- I can afford to spend money on the highest quality food available.
- I can find fresh, nutritious food on the outside aisles of the grocery.
- I share or get smaller plate meals at restaurants. I eat until I am satisfied.
- I spend less time eating and cooking. I have more time to enjoy life.
- I have peace of mind. I know that I am doing the best I can for myself.
- I feel good all over. My body is rewarding me for loving it.
- I feed my mind with good thoughts.
- I am satisfied with the portion of food my body requires!
This summer I cleaned, threw away and gave to the neighbors every item in my refrigerator and pantry that contained high-fructose corn syrup. I had hardly anything left in my house! It felt really good!
How else can we shift our abundance thinking about food? Please give me your suggestions!