I always grab an apple and a big lidded glass filled with Crysal Light as I go out the door. It helps me not to stop at a fast food place because the apple keeps me satisfied till my next meal. The drink quenches my thirst instead of getting a soda.
I was on track for a whole year, and I did very well in the loss weight department. I did the week's lunch cooking every Sunday and had a nice hot oatmeal breakfast every morning. I used prepared dinner meals from the frozen food section and a large fresh salad for an after work snack.
Telling myself I can succeed in my health journey gets me off to a good start each morning. I begin with prayer and telling myself that I'm worth everything I put into my program!
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Sometimes getting back on track can be overwhelming and stressful. Taking one day at a time and not thinking about the rest of the week, month, or year is all it takes to make eating healthy or exercising again a habit.
When we picture the entire journey to get where we want...
Sometimes we have to take the first step several times before we start the second step.
Enjoy your "Good Clothes" now!
why save feeling great for a special occasion?
Get rid of unflattering clothes.
Due to some continuing hormone and radiation therapy last year, I just did not have the energy to do much in the way of exercise for the past eight months. I decided to beat the New Years Resolutionists back to the gym and returned yesterday. My goal was simple, do something, even if it is not muc...
Exercise can be tough - to start, and to keep going. Mentally switching gears off of grumpiness and onto 'The Three Rs' helps me persevere.
REMEMBER: self discipline is remembering what you REALLY want.
RECORD: everything, good & bad; track/write it down.
REWARD: yourself for goals met.