You know. I think if I stop eating out - or just do it once a week or once every two weeks - life would be better for me. Maybe I might do this. 
nprfreshair:

“More than 50 percent of the food dollar is spent outside the home now, and that’s a big difference [from] what it was several decades ago. People are eating outside because they’re on the move, they have crowded schedules, they want to take the family out for a treat – and there are so many restaurants out there now to cater to this need. … The problem is when you go out, you tend to eat more and you tend to eat worse than when you eat at home.” — Kelly Brownell
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You know. I think if I stop eating out - or just do it once a week or once every two weeks - life would be better for me. Maybe I might do this. 

nprfreshair:

“More than 50 percent of the food dollar is spent outside the home now, and that’s a big difference [from] what it was several decades ago. People are eating outside because they’re on the move, they have crowded schedules, they want to take the family out for a treat – and there are so many restaurants out there now to cater to this need. … The problem is when you go out, you tend to eat more and you tend to eat worse than when you eat at home.”Kelly Brownell