Keeping a to do list will help you stay organized throughout the day. Writing it down on paper on purpose helps you to get everything you set out to do done.
Make a to-do list everyday with important things that need to get done. Refer to the list often throughout the day to stay on track.
The weekend's are a difficult time to stay on track with nutrition/exercise and when Monday rolls around it is hard to get back on track. A great way to stay on track is to cut your exercise in half on the weekend and indulge (a little) in your favorite food.
Always surround yourself with people and things that are positive.
I just did Zumba Cardio Party today and I LOVE it and the great part is that it doesn't feel like exercise! Try it out or something similar because I've learned that if it doesn't feel like you're exercising you're likely to stick to it.
Regret is the very thing that hold a lot of people back who trying to accomplish something. Maybe you got a diagnosis that could have been prevented by changing your diet or maybe you regret a decision you made years ago. Continued below...
Honestly, that's the only way! The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. You may need some help. Use the resources on SparkPeople, your doctor or any other positive influence in your life.
Organize a group weight loss or fitness challenge. For example, me and my sister just organized a family weight loss challenge that begins soon. The person who loses the most weight in x amount of time, is the winner! This is a great way to get positive support & get healthy!
If you have little ones and find it hard to work exercise into your daily routine, dancing is the key! Round up your little troopers and play some fast paced, happy music and dance until you're exhausted!