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Saturday, March 02, 2013

Saturday, March 02, 2013

What new habit you wish to develop? Being Content with Myself and my Struggles to a healthier Life

I ask myself, what am I doing?
I'm trying each day to eat healthy.
I get some kind of exercise in, to burn the calories.
I read about what foods do to heal us from the inside out.
I watch shows that provide education, on getting healthier.
I try to put it all together, in a simplified version, to have and to share, at times.
I feel on top of the world often when everything is working as planned.
I change things a bit to make them work better, if not.
I feel, each time I feel success, I feel pride and pride feels good!

Soar the Skies Beautiful Butterflies
Onward & Downward
One Meal at a Time
One exercise Session at a Time

**If a slip in judgement, don't wait til Monday to start over, Start over at next meal or next snack or next exercise session.** This works, waiting does not!

Remember to Enjoy Your Life Fully, Do what will make you Happy.

Smile and Greet someone you don't know Daily, it may be that you are the first person, that talked to them that day.

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    I think your new habit is a great one to work on! emoticon emoticon
    1911 days ago
    Thanks for the reminder to stay in the moment. Great advice!
    1911 days ago
    I love this. Take one meal at a time. Absolutely adore it. Thank you for reminding me. I am pretty good if I "slip up" to get right back on the saddle. I still have a hard time remembering that half a cup of scalloped potatoes once a WEEK is not a slip up though. But, I guess it is better to be hyper vigilant than so "oh it doesn't matter".
    1911 days ago
  • MLH148
    somebody once told me "Oh, it will be worth it in the end." to me, if it's not worth is now, it won't be worth it later. Not being the big negative voice in your own head is such a challenge. Can't wait to read the rest of your ideas.
    1911 days ago
    Good advice to start with the next meal - that is the way to be successful. Putting it off will always lead to putting it off and never restarting!
    1911 days ago
    Great things to point out. Waiting until Monday just mentally gives you free rein until then. emoticon emoticon
    1911 days ago
    Thanks for the pep talk emoticon

    Yes, after a falling off, the best thing is to pick yourself up, put it behind you and get on with it again.
    1911 days ago
    Your point about not waiting to bounce back from "slips" is a great reminder. Before SP I would easily fall into that "I'll start on Monday" mentality. Eating healthier (specifically more fruits/veggies) is the new habit I'm trying to integrate. Speaking of which... I need to go fix breakfast emoticon emoticon
    1911 days ago
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