Death To Fast Food: A Lifestyle Change

Yesterday I took a day off in hopes to de-clutter my thoughts and light my inner creative fire. Instead, I woke up feeling like pure crap. My stomach felt terrible and every time I attempted to lift my head I thought I was going to call "Earl". It was like a hangover minus the fun and alcohol. This is the second time I've woken up like this in the past two months, both times I had a CookOut cheeseburger the day before. As much as I hate to admit it, I can't continue to eat fast food on a daily basis.death-to-fast-food A few weeks ago I ate a burger from Wendy's and shortly after I felt like my life was coming to an end. I'm not sure if its the grease at these places or the fact that I'm getting older and my body just can't handle it anymore but I have to make a change. I've always prided myself on being able to eat any and everything that I wanted with no worries but I've come to the quick realization that even though i'm small, it doesn't mean that I'm healthy. And the fact that I don't exercise I'm sure doesn't make it any better.

So what am I going to do about it?

Attempt to cook more versus eating out and eating more veggies and less fried foods. And also start back doing 30 minutes of yoga every morning. I'm not going to promise that I'll cut out fast food completely, ya'll I love all things CookOut, Wendys, McDonalds, KFC, etc but I do NEED to cut back a lot! So if you have any tips on how I can make this change easier for me, I'm all ears! Also I'm thinking about doing some kind of cleanse before I get started so feel free to point me in the direction of that as well!

This would be the part about being an adult that I'd rather exchange for something prettier. =/

Is there a such thing as eating out AND eating healthy?