Giorgia! That's a familiar story for many of us but what seems to work best for me is to pick small changes and work on those until they become habit, then pick another couple of small changes. For instance, examples of a small goal would be drink 8 glasses of water or eat 5 servings of vegetables every day - exercise 30 minutes or walk 2 miles - it's much easier to create lasting change that way than to try to do too much at once - the idea of 'diet' often means we're not eating enough and/or making too many big changes at one time. So no wonder it doesn't last! Making small changes will stick around and you'll be much happier in the long run, not to mention reaching your goal. Good luck!
Lynda in Orange County, So Calif
God Grant me Serenity to Accept the things I cannot change, Courage to Change the things I can and Wisdom to Know the difference!
Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out. -- John Wooden
"Winners are not those who never fail, but those who never quit."
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