Thank you Susan - you know, another approach could be 'what unhealthy thing do I do that I can trade for something healthy I love' .. I get the raised brow from the husband now and then about my dusty treadmill but refuse to feel guilt over it as I'm walking outside more - to the local grocer, farmers market, etc.
As tempest shared - I think a lot of it is habits - for me it is I know. It's easy to say 'oh, it's just going to be a small bowl of ice cream' and yeah, I know a small bowl of ice cream never hurt anyone but it is a part of everything else that adds up during the day so .. if I'm not hungry I don't need to be eating it at all and if I am.. well, can I be just as content with fresh fruit and almonds? Usually I can. Little by little the good things add up too in a positive way.
Eat What you Love ~ Love What you Eat