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Think About Today

When I mentally look back at my weight loss history, I tend to only look at my failures and upsets. For example, I tend to focus on the events that led up to my back injury, the event that I allowed to derail me from my goal of getting to a healthy weight. I’ll build […]

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Weight Loss: It’s Easier Than You Think

Maintaining your weight loss can feel like you are constantly fighting an uphill battle. The tips from this article offers some excellent weight loss advice to keep you motivated on a proper diet.

The most important thing to do when trying to lose weight is monitoring what you eat. Combining exercise with good eating habits is great for losing weight and your overall well-being. The point to be made here is that we need to burn more calories than what we take in.

Try not miss any of your meals. You should eat no less than three full meals a day.This will assist your body in rhythm.

Think Losing Weight Is A Pipe Dream? Make Weight Loss

Think Losing Weight Is A Pipe Dream? Make Weight Loss A Reality With These Simple Tips!

Weight loss is often an embarrassing subject to discuss. Many people offer conflicting advice that burdens you and this gives you a difficult time trying to find the right weight loss plan. Follow the steps here because they’ll allow you to start losing weight and help you to keep it off too.

When you achieve any of your weight-loss goals, you should celebrate the accomplishment. Have some me-time, indulge in a little treat or simply put your feet up for an hour with a book, whatever makes you happy. Celebrating small successes will keep you motivated in your continuing struggle to lose weight.

Think You Have To Suffer To Have The Body You Want?

“What are you, crazy? PLEASURE… as a way to slim down?!”

I hear that sometimes. And if someone is open, I tell them the truth.

Saying yes to doing what feels wonderful isn’t reckless. Designing your life around in your enjoyment isn’t crazy. Accepting all your desires as good, doable, and sacred isn’t misguided. 

In fact, it’s quite the opposite. What’s crazy is how women have been convinced that denying, restricting, discipline and punishing is the way to get what we want.