A new way of looking at things 7 Mar 2013
Thursday, March 07, 2013
Over the last three months, I have noticed several things about me.
The more I center my life on weight loss and the scale, the more
unhappy and obsessive I become.
Several years ago, I followed the Dr. Andrew Weil program with great
success (25 pounds lost plus much less inflamation, etc.) I pulled his books
out last weekend, and become even more convinced that my focus should be
on becoming healthier, not on becoming lighter.
So far today, I have changed the focus of my program on SparkPeople,
changed my goal focus and eliminated most of my "teams".
I kept 1 main team, one that really motivates me and has succeeded in getting
me to post daily cause I want to and feel a kinship to them.
I will post a more extensive goal page for myself a little later today to re-vamp
my program according to my new focus. One thing that works very well
for me is a goal list with "check-off lists" to remind me of what to do
daily. I want to balance my life, so it will be based on several areas of my
life, not just weight loss.
See you soon!
How I am setting my goals:
Area of my life it affects most (balanced living)
Why this works (so I don't try to change it and get overwhelmed again)
Planning reminders so I don't forget:
Specific foods (green tea, freggies, oatmeal, fish, garlic, ginger, greens)
Sleep patterns and routines
Exercise (walking, Silver Splash, Silver sneakers ROM class, )
Additional considerations (sauna, ?massage, flowers, music, breathing, news fasts, vitamins, soy, air purifyer, , gratitude)