Never under estimate the power of the smaller successes!!
As long as you stay consistent in your weight loss goals there will always be something to celebrate. Sticking to your meal plans, or toughing out a workout after you barely made it through the work day.. know that every step is a closer step to your success!!
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Taking on goals in baby steps is helping me stay positive. When you try to take on a huge goal all at once, it can be overwhelming. Celebrate the small victories before you worry about the bigger ones. 306
Celebrate each victory, no matter how small. those of us who have so much weight to loose and it will take year to drop, we need to celebrate each victory , like tieing our shoes, walking up steps, fitting in a booth....each small change is one more step to your goal...it can be done....I know it ca
focus on the positive things you have done and let the rest go. it might take you years to reach your goal but if you don't try you never will
Celebrate ALL victories no matter how small they are! Even the smallest victories are steps in the right direction. A step in the right direction still leads you further down the path in this journey! By focusing on those small steps you build self confidence and motivation!
If you focus on what you are doing right instead of what you are doing wrong you motivate and inspire others. If at the end of the day you have binged but wrote it down , THAT is a victory! Ask yourself, "would I have done that a year ago?" One step at a time! Celebrate! 306
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