I've been writing so much about this, you'll most likely be sick of visiting here, right? But I believe I have to “walk the talk” and share it with you in hopes I'll inspire you.
If I don't do the things I write about, why should you read what I have experienced… and maybe apply the concepts to your own life. Read on .. there's something I want to share with you.
Fitness has become a big part of my life, as you know, and what has happened is, in spite of wanting to be a “fit” old lady (said with humor) I have resisted it!
Now you may be experiencing something similar in your life. Here it is – you want something, but it means changing things in your life that you've been happy with, familiar with, comfortable with .
For me, at my age, it's fighting potential illness that can creep up on me if I don't take responsibility for my health. Goes for business too …
My trainer kept telling me to drink more water (yech) and stop eating so much bread (but I LOVE bread – bagels with cream cheese). YUM!
I didn't listen and I kept wondering why the weight wasn't coming off… Duh.. I have to laugh about this because I was wanting something different but kept doing the same thing .. I was insane.
Well I finally get it. Weight loss is all about what you eat. I'm happy to report I'm drinking my water and cut breat from my diet.
I'm a stress eater.
I'm an emotional eater.
So how to soothe those emotions? Well, I came across this book: ” 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself WithoutFfood.
It could also read: “50 Ways To Soothe Yourself Without Sugar”, or “50 Ways To Soothe Yourself Without The Internet”! Now there's one for ya…
One of the suggestions in the book I found interesting was “Movie Therapy”. The reason why is, I watch very little TV. And many times you'll read about wasting time watching TV. When I read this it gave me a different perspective – movies can be inspirational. They can motivate you. They can reinforce your values too.
For example, recently I watched a love story called “The Longest Ride”. It was a story within a story. There were two things in this movie that really inspired me.
- You never know what impact you can make on someone else and perhaps change their lives
- The important of writing letters because they keep memories alive. I have been writing my son letters since he was 2-years-old.
So, watching TV may not be totally a waste of time, right? Especially if it has a message that hits you …
But I think this is a precursor to what I'll be sharing with you in the near future that so, so, many people need – what I call learning to “unravel”.
It started off differently, but it led to a reason. Keep a look out.
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