Who else put on a little bit too much weight around the holidays? If you are like most of the folks around the US, the simple truth is that you've PROBABLY ate way too much, right? And there is nothing wrong with enjoying the festivities of family, friends and food. . . . but you've got to know how to let your body recover properly, BEFORE you end up in a long spiraling abyss of overeating, being unhappy and ultimately overweight. And this is where MANY of us unfortunately find our selves when the New Year Clock strikes 12! So with this in mind, lets look at few quick and easy steps to getting BACK on thefit and beautiful boogie board in time for 09. . :-)
Step #1: Stop Procrastinating! Yes. . . . I want you to simply STOP putting off for next month what you can start with today. If you are NOT ready to begin a diet tomorrow, ask yourself why? Did you know that over 90% of those “tomorrows" never come? It's true. . . . . people who “plan" to diet rarely DO, or at least well or long enough to make a difference.
Step #2: Start a Journal
Yes, I'm a HUGE believer in the power of the pen. (or pixel. . :-) Writing down your goals and WHY you want to reach them is a VERY powerful stimulus and facilitator to their achievement.
Step #3: Pick a REAL Diet That Works!
So important. . . . but where so many OTHER folks fail. We recommend Medifast to OUR readers, simply because it's been SO successful for so many. But even if YOU go in a different direction, make sure it's one that's stable, safe and proven! Nothing is worse for the mind OR the body than wasting time, energy and income on a program that is junk science, a scam, or simply doesn't work.
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