This includes eating out and having food that is delicious and adds to our enjoyment of life.
As we stay in Petaluma, there is a wonderful Mexican restaurant about 1 mile from our house.
Mi Pueblo is a privately owned restaurant, at about 5 locations, and the food is very fairly priced.
Jill and I are also trying to get in better shape, and being around guacamole and sour cream, which we love, is not the best way to do this.
Luckily, as most of you know, in the USA, serving portions are HUGE.
This is especially true at Mi Pueblo.
They also give you free chips and salsa when you sit down.
I can not say enough positive reviews about the chips and salsa. There are also about 6 different types of salsas you can choose from and tempt yourself with before your meal arrives at your table.
My favorite is an avocado mix that is utterly delicious.
Since we know that the burritos are massive at Mi Pueblo, we ask them to cut it in half so we can share it.
They were more than happy to oblige and even served them on different plates with the extras smothering our carnitas burrito.
It was more than enough food for both of us and Jill wasn’t even able to finish her burrito.
The total for all this food? About $12 USD.
We didn’t have to eat for another 5 hours because there was so much food and it was so tasty.
It also gave us time to slow down, relax, and enjoy the meal and the freshness of the food and quality of the ingredients.
This is another part of being healthy, mentally and physically, that we are working on each day: Slow down and accept what is given to you. And, if you don’t like it, move on and make a change.
We are accepting and making changes at the same time.
We will also be teaching people how to do this, with our new website, when it is ready to show to the world in a month or so. Our books will be a part of this and also using online seminars and groups.
We are excited and can’t wait to share it with everyone in the near future!