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My husband is a sweety and tries to help but in the end lets me get away with any excuse... I need different support!
My husband and I sometimes keep each other honest, but we also enable each other in bad habits.
We need to pay more attention.
Linda - North East Indiana, USA `Goal to build myself up to reach 1,000 fitness minutes per month.
Frugalists and Simple Living [co-leader]
Team Co-Leader for OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE LOWER BACK
"To lose a healthy one pound of fat per week, all it takes is a 500-calorie deficit per day."
From one of the links here I read this and thought of all of you. I need excuse busters and you might too? So in short, any time you are off your goals, post about it and see what the rest of us think!
Employ an excuse buster. Find a friend, family member, or SparkPeople member whose judgment and opinion you respect. Each time you find yourself thinking about skipping an exercise session or blowing your meal plan, write down the reason for your choice. Share this reason with your excuse buster and get her honest opinion about whether the reason for your choice is reasonable or just an excuse. You’ll probably find that this makes it a lot harder for you to believe your own rationalizations.
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