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JOSIEMCREY Posts: 7
7/28/13 8:50 P

Dude, I have the exact same problem. Sweets are my nemesis as well. Use a small dish for each serving so you don't have to cut it out completely. It might be a little difficult at first. Have you ever tried yoga? The whole basis of it is accepting and loving yourself and living a healthy lifestyle. Since I've gotten serious about it, eating healthy whole foods and accepting who I am has become a lot easier. My practice has taught me that everything boils down to your mindset: think about the direction you're going and love the journey to the ultimate destination. As far as motivation goes, the only way I can truly get myself off the couch is by telling myself how much better I'll feel after my workout or I go buy stuff like healthy food or more workout clothes since you can never have too much of those things.

FETCH2348 Posts: 1
7/26/13 9:13 P

Hi everyone, I'm new to the site. I'm not looking to lose a substantial amount of weight, I'm more so looking to create a healthier lifestyle and to eat healthier and also eat the correct portions. Another big thing is exercise. I ALWAYS hit the snooze button. I never want to get up early to exercise. I also cave in to sweets like ice cream and cookies and eat WAY more than I need! I always say, well I'll start tomorrow, I'll eat healthier tomorrow. I need to change my mindset! I want to become confident and learn to love myself and I know that having a healthier lifestyle will do that. How can I stay motivated to keep a healthy lifestyle, eat right, not overeat, and exercise?

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