When I found out I was pregnant, one of the first things we did was go out and stock up on baby friendly food. When we lost the baby, those healthy choices went out the window and in their place, I've been indulging in sushi (duh), wine, cake, pasta, etc.
I've never really struggled with weight issues, but that in no way means that I'm healthy, either. I hate working out, and I like to cook things in butter. Husband has felt the effects, and my energy has suffered as well (which is especially bad considering I've now been of my narcolepsy meds for 3 months). I still plan to indulge in some things until we get pregnant again (sushi), but I also want to make sure that my body is a good home for baby while we're trying.
Husband has decided that a fruit smoothie each morning is a good way to get started, and that doesn't involve the gym, so I plan to join him. I've also heard that you can add things like spinach to a smoothie and not even notice it's in there. Sounds like an easy change to make. Any other tips or tricks for getting healthier that don't involve me running a 10k?