Monday, September 21, 2015

A bit of Levity!

This is one of my favorite photos of Greg and I - it reminds me to have fun and encourage others to be playful and audacious!!

This attitude helped us face our weight and health issues with a bit of levity. Send me a favorite "Let's not take ourselves so seriously" photo of you. What are you doing for fun? How can a playful attitude help you towards your goals?

Getting serious for a moment, here's a comment I've heard often, "I've been trying to do it on my own and it's just not working! I lose a couple of pounds and then regain them the next week. It's soooo frustrating!"

I know! Been there, Done that!

For me and many others, the best way to lose the pounds is to Get into "Fat-Burning" as quickly as possible. The pounds melt off as soon as I recommit to following the Program, doing the 5&1 with focus, gratitude, and honesty. Then, I transition by the book and commit to eating "clean" (healthy protein, lots of veggies, fresh fruit, and no junk) for a lifetime! When I slip back into old habits and pack on 5-10 pounds, I do it again! I learn more about myself and what it takes to stay slim and healthy constantly. Thank you for being on this journey with me!

Don't ever give up! No matter how many obstacles you're facing, keep your eye on the prize, make a new plan, connect with others who have been successful and keep going!

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