Dieter's Guide to New Year's Resolutions
- Be gentle with yourself, if you fall off, get back on. This is the same advice we give our children. If we believe what we tell our children, we are obligated to follow our own
- Losing weight should not be a job, a bet or a resolution. It is a lifestyle change. It is a reworking of what we believed would work. I say this because, many of us including myself, have lost and gained weight. If I had a box to capture the loss and gain, I would be speechless.
Remember it is difficult to shut out advertising, what I mean by this is: sitting at home on a Tuesday night and being bombarded by Taco Bell, Wendy's, McDonald's, Olive Garden, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and Chili's advertisements. Again that was just off the top of my head.
- Do it for the betterment of your life! For me being able to walk around without pain is huge.
Did you just read the insanity of that statement?So basic, does not cost any money at all, just time which in this day and age is equivalent to money.
- Last step is having a safety net, I can be your safety net as well as you can be mine. Carpe Diem!!! I am human, I have no more answers than the next guy. I need friends and people that will say "Go!go!go! only 5 more pounds to go! and I am great cheerleader!!! This journey I will not go alone. I go with you. Yikes...I need a
pepperoni calzonejust kidding, a pillow, because I am tired...sweet dreams :)
A waist is a terrible thing to mind.~ Tom Wilson