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Eat Clean and Drink Beer

As you've all probably noticed, I haven't been blogging as much as I used to.  I've been pretty busy lately and trying to find a way to re-focus "The Drunk Runner".  I then realized that a blog name does not necessarily have to set the tone for the entire blog.  I drink and I run, but I also do a lot of other things.  Lately, my new passion has been changing my eating habits to lose weight and keep it off!!  I don't have too much to lose, and I don't aspire to be a bikini model, so it's been a lot easier than I expected.  Basically, I've been "eating clean" and drinking a ton of water.  Yep, that's it!!  Staying away from crappy, preservative filled foods; passing on heavy, unnecessary calories and opting for real meats and veggies; and being conscious of my decisions.  It feels good and is easily maintainable!  

I'm not changing my blog to tell you about how to live your life, and what foods to eat and what foods to avoid.  You can find that on a bazillion other sites.  I might give you some tips and tricks that works for me, but please don't come here to find a diet and fitness plan.  Though, I'm sure you'll find one if you read far enough into it, but by the end of a week, you'll be hospitalized with alcohol poisoning and over-exercising and trying to sue me for your life problems.  (I really should put a disclaimer on all this stuff....)

 So, here's to healthy eating and blogging!


Sangria is "Clean Eating", right??

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  1. It's good to know I'm not the only one who lives a double lifestyle per se. I'm getting healthier, but I love a good beer every now and then to relax!

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