After it was very apparent that being pescetarian wasn’t helping my joints at all, I kept at it for the sake of… nothing. I liked the feeling of calling myself pescetarian, and it was nice to have a simple diet to stick to. But I realized that there was really no point or concrete reason for me to continue. So I’m done! I think that it was a good habit to start, because it has made eating at home a lot simpler and faster without having to defrost, marinate, cook etc. meat for each meal. I heard somewhere that it takes two weeks to make a habit, and I’m a believer. I can’t imagine myself buying giant packs of chicken breasts and drums just to put in the freezer anymore. It seems like for the most part, I’ll still be eating pescetarian dishes at home, but without the added stress of having to pick vegetarian-friendly restaurants. I’m going to be re-introducing meat back into my diet, starting with something like once or twice a week. Somehow, eating pescetarian has made me feel more health-conscious, and I know that eating meat daily is not necessary.
In other news, I’ve still been doing P90X yoga almost every day. It’s much easier to do it in the evenings after I’ve already been relatively active during the day, but it’s much more motivating to do it in the morning as my body is still a bit stiff. Is there a philosophy to morning vs. night yoga?