Finally … my headache is just a dull ache now. Whew.
Some of you wonder what the heck is going on. Well, evidently you have never over dosed on all things sugary and crappy for a month and then snatched them back out of your diet. Remember, diet is what you consume. I don’t eat A cookie … I eat A package of cookies. I don’t eat A handful of peanut M&Ms … I eat THE whole 2-pound bag in a couple of days. My bad.
And dear beloved Chester is in doggie heaven. My story was to share how words … our self-language … is very important.
Another tidbit about Chester … remember he was 100-pound yellow lab. When Hubby suffered his traumatic brain injury in 2007 … we spent 2+ months putting Hubby back together. Rambunctious Chester would tip-toe into the room to lay beside Hubby’s side of the bed to “watch” over him. At the age of 12, Chester died the same day Hubby had to medically retire in 2011. It was like Chester knew his “job” was done when Hubby’s career ended. I still miss Chester.
More exerts from Steve #88:
Fat people believe fitness is complicated.
Fit people believe fitness is simple.
Fit people focus on their part of the equation: sticking to the plan.
There is no perfect diet.
If you’re going to get thin and healthy, you are going to pay a price. But you’re paying a price right now for being fat, aren’t you? The fact is, a price will be paid one way or another, so why not choose the one that offers the most benefits?
Remember, that getting fit is a simple decision followed by simple discipline. Nothing more, nothing less. You can do it!!!
Critical Thinking Question: Are you making fitness more complicated than it needs to be???
Action Step: Break your exercise down into simple, manageable parts. Keep your workouts short and focused. Don’t waste time talking and socializing. Get to the gym and get it done.
Well … fitness / exercise is confusing. Slow and steady. Interval training. High intensity is the way to go. Just move. Don’t strenuously workout while losing. Are you working hard enough? If you have hypothyroidism do XYZ ONLY. You don’t have to exercise at all to lose weight.
What’s a fluffy girl to do???
So … advise, suggestions, Sparker experts … let me hear from YOU.
In the mean time … I’ll be walking 5x a week on my treadmill … I’m allergic to the outdoor cold, snowy air that we have here in the Rockies.
Just do it … already.
Change your mind … and the rest WILL follow.
**Within this blog is my longwinded thoughts based on my reading and humble understanding of from Steve Siebold’s Die Fat or Get Tough and years and years and years of searching for thinness and … self-peace.