Your Vision Statement should be in writing. It’s also a good idea to include pictures or other objects that will remind you of your goals and vision on tough days. Use your Vision Statement regularly to remind yourself why you are committed to your weight loss plans, especially on those hard days. For more ideas you can use to prepare your Vision Statement, see:
Create a Vision Collage
11 Things Children can Teach You about Weight Loss
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