Thursday, September 26, 2013
ti si nuf ot semitemos tel og dna od sgniht sdrawkcab. ti nac ekat ffo emos fo eht sserts.
reven evig pu. fi uoy evah eht ecneitap ot daer sdrawcab, neht uoy nac evom oot.
I eveileb ni uoy. uoy era regnorts naht uoy kniht.
Now that you have read that, listen to this. You are sitting there wondering what the heck is wrong with this woman? Not sure but it was fun. My friend and I used to do this when we wrote to each other and sometimes it was 3 pages long. One time we wrote in circles, a whole page of one large circle.
I know that getting healthy and losing weight is serious business but you have to have a sense of humor. If you don't every time that scale goes up, you feel down. You can beat that little thing. It isn't human and you are. I know you can make a plan that works for you and stick with it. It is a matter of making it a habit. If you get up and put your food in the tracker, you know what you can have. If you want a treat then you have to work it out with the calories for the day. If you know you are going out then go online and get the menu and have it all planned ahead of time. I know you already know all this...but it never hurts to be reminded.
I have upped my exerexcise this week after almost none in the last two weeks because of those darn shingles. I still have them but the pain is lessening and I need something to take my mind off the itchies.
It is time to get up and quit with the excuses....even if my excuses are pretty good, it feels better to get back to moving.
Did you ever imagine being this way when you were in your teens? We thought we knew everything then and that, when we were ready, we would lose weight. Only thing is the years go fast and you soon find yourself still overweight and older.
Well I am here to say that I am going to move 60 min. a day and make sure that I eat right. What is right? Whatever is in my calorie range. Whatever my body says to eat that is good for me.
So lets get this show on the road and keep moving. Meditate and see yourself as you want to be and how you will be. We are strong and dedicated to making it work. Namaste, Pam