I woke up yesterday to 1/2 of this lovely heart-shaped cake sitting on my counter. Studies show that the ability to throw away food is a good indicator of being able to lose weight. You don't have to finish your plate. You don't have to eat the whole dessert. Besides the first 1-2 bites are the BEST... from there the tastebuds are not as intense & begin to subside.
SAVOR!! SAVOR!! SAVOR!! Then-
LET THE FOOD GO!
When you do... something happens psychologically and a sense of power will well up inside you. It's a great feeling. Try it!
I only weigh once a week... Thursdays. It's before the weekend, not after and I have a good portion of the week to consciously think about what I'm eating and how I'm exercising. Anymore than that I consider obsessive. Just keepin' it healthly.
I weigh first thing in the morning at roughly the same time.
So get nakie and weigh before hitting the shower.
Ignorance is not bliss.... not in this case. Keep it real & in check. (Same applies to our finances! Right!) Not sure why I just said that... just did.
Make exercise a priority, not an inconvenience! Have a long day or week ahead of you? A lot of times we think we don't have the time for exercise. Nonesense!!! It will energize you and help you to explode through your day or week! Find something you enjoy! Heck, do some push-ups against the wall, take your stairs 2 at a time, lunge to the bathroom, walk briskly up & down your street for 10 minutes! Remember to take care of #1! #1 Priority!
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I am frequently asked questions like, "How do I go about losing weight? What do you do for exercise? & What do you eat?"
My passion revolves around nutrition, health and fitness. I thrive on researching & reading about these very issues. It fascinates me... not to mention, I have 4 daughters who I want to help guide & teach by example. This blog is an effort to help answer some of these questions and more. They are my opinions and what works for me.
I absolutely love coaching those who are ready to take charge of their health & watching them achieve their health & fitness goals whatever they might be! I consider it to be a privilege to be a part of their journey. I enjoy your questions & comments.
While my council often relies on research, these are my personal opinions and experiences and what "rings true to me".You should always consult a doctor before making any changes to your diet and exercise routine.