But wanted to wish everyone a great Holiday Season!
Hope you had a Merry Christmas and hope you have a Happy New Year!
Very exciting things are happening and I'll be back blogging more but here's a small hint...
"So one of the first things the author did was he decided that he needed to work out at least 10 min every day - his corporate life was killing him with fast food lunches - etc.. So one day he mentioned that he had worked out 50 days in a row - he was so proud - every time he felt like sleeping in he said "no Chris you're on a streak!" So he told others at work and one very heavy set lady joked about how she sat 50 days on the couch. But one day she put a post it note up with a large 1 on the outside of her cubicle. He asked he was it was and she very smartly replied "I worked out today!" "Simple right?!
LRS said...Food being more addictive than cigarettes? Wild claim but I think there's some truth to that. Food has some powerful associations with it and it differs with each person but in the end food is addicting... at least to me. I'm pretty sure I'm not alone when I say a certain food makes me feel good or it can take me back to my childhood or it can remind of grandma's house. With happy associations like that, who wouldn't want to food around?
Annie - I came to your site to read as much as I could about an honest review regarding Shakeology. I'm leaving your site even more convinced that food is more addictive than cigarettes. I quit smoking 1 year and 10 months ago and have no desire to ever start again (I’d hate to have to go through the quitting a second time ; ). I smoked for nearly 10 years and it was absolutely my favorite pastime. I used to say it was one of the hardest things I've ever done, but that was until a year after I quit that I decided I needed to get my binge eating under control. I'm still working on it and sometimes during moments of weakness I worry that I will never have a healthy relationship with food. That being said, I refuse to quit my efforts. Even though we aren’t there yet, we are still closer than we were yesterday. To quote Jimmy Dugan, “If it wasn't hard, everyone would do it. The hard... is what makes it great.”
The point in me sharing this with you is to help you to feel you are not alone. Every single person out there can say there have been times in their life where after many steps forward they have unfortunately taken a few steps back. Therefore; Honey, you fell off the wagon. Dust yourself off, hop back on and don't look back! I’m rooting for you :)