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Focus On A Lifestyle Instead of Starting A Diet

Saturday, March 02, 2013



What I'm doing is obviously working for me, so when I finally achieve the first goal, why on earth would anyone think the journey was over and done?

It may change from what it was before, but it won't be over.

I'm good with that!











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  • v SISSIE21
    I totally agree. And if the goal is to be living in a happy healthy body that moves well and feels good and is one you can do all the physical activities you want... Well, that is a goal worth fighting for! I also think that the ultimate goal (at least to me) is self care and self love and that is something that you don't stop doing when you reach goal weight. It is the journey of a lifetime. Thank you for this post, it really made me think. emoticon emoticon
    1184 days ago
  • v NELSONCHERYL59
    Amen! I appreciate that and do see the need to change my mindset to one of continued healthy eating and physical activity. Bing bonging back and forth is no longer an option. It must be an ongoing journey, an ongoing commitment much like my recovery... something i need to do to take care of myself, no one else is going to do it for me. I must commit to taking care of myself.
    Good things for me to ponder. Thank u emoticon
    1185 days ago
  • v SEEINGCLEARLY53
    I'm still working on this,,I know for LASTING results this has to be a life style,,,,,
    1185 days ago
  • v LORILEEPAGE
    Sounds good to me!
    1185 days ago
  • v FELINEBETTER
    Exactly! emoticon
    1185 days ago
  • v KITT52
    so very true.......would you ever stop bathing or brushing your teeth....same thing,
    1185 days ago
  • v VICKI-BISHOP56
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    1185 days ago
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