Always remember, nothing tastes as good as fit feels.
Itís hard to get back on track when we've fallen off the wagon. The important thing is to be realistic when starting over. You had to work your way up to [running 2 miles a day] so don't feel discouraged if you have to work your way to that goal again. Be realistic with yourself and your workout a...
A easy way to keep you documents organized is to scan them onto your computer. You can save them up for when you have some time then can toss those papers.
If it's not an 'official' document you can even take a digital picture then put it on your computer.
After doing laundry I fold and place all the pieces of a sheet set (fitted sheet, flat sheet and pillowcases) inside one pillowcase and put it in the linen closet. Then when I need to make the bed I don't have to dig around for a matching set!
Sometimes when I have a bad eating day, it's tempting to just not log it. Why bother? I know that I went over my goals! But I have found that logging the bad stuff helps me to get it off my chest, and then I can move forward and get back on that wagon that much quicker.
and USE it! Pack your lunch and snacks for the entire day. It will help you stay within your calorie range but also help keep you from spending money dining out or hitting up the vending machine!
I love the Stay On Track Calendar. It gives me a monthly view that not only shows me days I've forgotten to track, but also helps me identify problems - like, if I'm eating too much, or not exercising enough on the weekends!
Use "your" when you are talking about something that belongs to someone. Use "you're" when you mean to say "you are." Taking a second to make sure your posts make sense will help you!
Join a Challenge!
it will help keep you accountable,
It will also help you break through a set back.
try it you will not regret it! BELIEVE!
Whenever I have an off track day and just feel like throwing in the towel on the entire day, I think of this analogy:
If you get a flat tire, are you going to pull off and slash the other 3 tires? No...you fix the flat and get back on the road!