The emportant thing is not what you weight today, or how far you can run, but that you are improving. If your goal is to lose 50 pounds and you lose 2 pounds the 1st week should you get discouraged because you are 48 pounds heavier than you want to be? NO. You say, "Hallelujah, what a great week! and CONTINUE with your plan. :)
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While I am reading my book, I pull out my wii fit and do aerobic step. Normally while reading my book, I just sit on the couch. Stepping up and down (kicking, and moving side to side will take some practice) is easy enough to do while focusing on your book. You don't even need to turn the wii on, just go at your own pace and keep moving.
I am reading a book by Daniel Amen called Change Your Change Your Body. The idea is when you care for your brain, you care for your body. The various topics looks at the power of the brain to affect so many areas of our lives. I am passing this on. Hope it helps.
Your brain needs sleep, blood flow (exercise), oxygen, healthy food, vitamins, healthy thoughts, healthy actions, avoidance of anything unhealthy (food, beliefs etc.) For more info check out the book or check his website at: http://www.amenclinics.com/cybcyb/
I am writing a book Closets by Chriss. I spend a lot of time, thinking about closets, especially in rental units like apartments.I have a schedule of closet maintenance, products and put the time in to maintain what is in my closets.
I don't hold with the theory that in order to create more room for clothing is to purge our wardrobes. I say, just buy more closet space instead. People spend a large amount of money on clothing throwing it out just doesn't make sense in today's economy.
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