If you want to eat healthier - juice is probably the worst thing you could possibly drink. Even if you make it yourself, fruits are generally very high sugar and can be higher calorie than you think. Additionally, it's not what you eat for breakfast that matters so much, but what you eat for DINNER. Big dinners are another sin for dieting because when you sleep, you metabolize calories at a much, much slower rate. Oatmeal + banana, eggs + whole wheat toast is the perfect breakfast if you're diet conscious. Basically, you want to be thinking about getting all the vitamins and minerals you need throughout the day, but your meals should focus on protein and dietary fiber before anything else. Secondly, you need to figure out your calorie consumption and how you plan to offset that. You want to have big breakfasts, big lunches, and very small dinners. It's hard work, but it pays off. I lost 50 pounds a few years ago and have kept it off for 2 years now so I'm talking from experience! On topic - this week is going to be my yearly descent into whatever I missed from last year and this year that wins Oscars! Last movie I saw was The Tale of Princess Kaguya, which got nominated for best animated film. It was great.