One Small Habit: Eat The Rainbow
I was adulting pretty well I guess, except for my nutrition. One day I was eating lunch at my desk when a client came in who was a "health nut." [That's what I used to call people who simply care about healthy stuff. I guess I'm in that club now, so the joke is on me. My 22 year old self would be rolling her eyes.] But she taught me something really important, and I've never forgotten it.
But she was right. My lunch had zero fruits or veggies in it. It was all white: bread, cheese, turkey, and chips.
She gave me a tip that very day that changed the way I viewed the food on my plate. I've used it ever since. It's so easy that even I couldn't mess it up.
Simply put: eat the rainbow.
Now think about the foods that are mostly white and brown. Breads, fried foods, processed foods, etc. Eat more fresh stuff, and less processed (packaged) stuff.
Nowadays, this tip is such a mindset for me that I only have white plates because I like to admire the colorful variety on my plate. (Yep. I know that may sound silly, but whatever works.)
Try eating by that rule. Eat more colorful foods and make sure you have a variety of colors. Easiest tip ever. Eat the rainbow.