I lost 9 lbs in May after I did the 21 day Virgin Diet. And then in July I my size 12 pants were loose. As I sit here today, December 29, 2015, my size 12 pants are a little tight so I guess that means I may have gained some back but yet I have a huge smile on my face and here’s why: Continue reading
December 22, 2015
Start Now. Do not get swept up in the New Year Resolution energy and party and overeat and wait until January 1st to start a new plan. Instead, act as if. Act as if tomorrow is Jsanuary 1st. Start eating healthy today right now, after you read tthis post of couse. Go to the grocery story and get some fresh greens and some eggs and drink a lot of water throughout the day. Start eating and exercising the way you plan to for the rest of the year. Take the pizazz out of it now so that there’s les chance of the fizzle going out later. If you wait for the big day, then you’ll be like everybody else hoping that the New Year promise will be enough to get you to yoru goal. But it won’t be enough. It never is. If it were, we wouldn’t be here for the 10th time, making the same resolution to lose weight. To be healthier.
According to the Statistic Brain Research Institute, the number one resolution for 2015 is, you guessed it – “To Lose Weight”. According to this website, only 75% of the people that make that goal keep it for the first week after the New Year. The numbers go down to 64% after the first month of the new year and 46% after six months. So by June 2016, less than half of these people will still be actively pursuing their goal to Lose Weight.
So, how do we break this cycle? we can start by making the goal more ordinary. Continue reading
As we look toward the new year, we all start to think about our health and how we can make it better in 2016. While I think you should start working on that right now and not wait for January 1st to roll around, a great way to get a boost in January is to sign up for a Bootcamp. Continue reading