Fast Food, not so convenient

Most people think it is more convenient to eat fast food. Many of those same people complain of not having enough time with their kids, better yet, time for themselves. I am about to show you why fast-food could be a contributing factor as to why you don’t have that time.

Consider how long it takes for you to get into your car, drive to a fast food restaurant, sit in the drive-thru line, and then drive back to either your job or your house? The average fast-food cycle takes about 20 to 30 minutes.

Coincidentally, most people who are living a fast-paced life, will frequent a fast food restaurant 1 to 3 times a day. That’s right…breakfast, lunch and dinner! If you add up all the time that is being spent going to and from the drive-thru line, you could be wasting between 4 and 12 hours a week that could be spent with your family.

In reality, becoming healthy can help you become more family oriented. Imagine what you can do with those extra 5 or 10 hours a week. There is an art to eating better and living better. Replacing bad habits with good ones and making a simple shift as to where and how your time is spent.

This may not be attainable overnight, however, this should be a starting point. This single shift in behavior will improve your quality of life. The moral to this story is fast food isn’t so convenient after all