I am one of those people who weighs herself almost daily. I’m not obsessed about the number on the scale, I worry more about how my clothes fit and how I feel for my status quo than that silly number.
But…that silly number can tell us a lot! Yesterday, the number on my scale was FOUR POUNDS HEAVIER than the day before. What should I do???
What would you do? These are things that people I know would have done. One of them is what I do.
- If we Starve ourselves all day, we actually set ourselves up for a bigger failure. Our metabolism drops into starvation mode and we will begin packing on more weight.
- DO NOT give up! You can do this, remember the straight line. Sensible choices and movement.
- YES!!!! A large jump in weight in a 24-hours could mean a couple of things. a. you are dehydrated and your body is retaining water to protect itself. b. your bowels are sluggish and need to empty quicker… increased water helps both situations.
- Yeah, this option just costs time and money…so, NO.
Once again, my answer is DRINK MORE WATER! Because you haven’t heard me say that before.
I was 10 years old (maybe 9) and sitting in class and the substitute teacher, who was a dear friend of my mother and a neighbor, came by my desk. I looked at her beautiful, glowing face and exclaimed excitedly, “ARE YOU PREGNANT? WHEN ARE YOU DUE?”
She blushed a bit, and told me she was NOT pregnant! I was still young, but I remember my embarrassment, the knot in my chest, and how badly I felt for her due to my mistake.
This weekend, my friend was the one who was asked this question by someone else. As I read her account of the event, that familiar lump came back to my chest. But so did a loving smile, because today I can offer her a way to never have that happen again.
I’ve been the one who could have very easily been mistaken for being pregnant and I’ve discovered how easily it can be reversed for the LONG TERM.
If you would like to JOIN A TEAM working toward a similar goal, contact me, we can talk to see if your needs match what I have to offer. I have many different options that require different amounts of time and at different price points to help you reach your goal and STAY THERE!
Lets get you on the road to better health and a smaller waistline!
What are your thoughts on weight loss/weight management? Do you see weight loss as a goal, or as an outcome from healthy decisions? Perhaps the old adage of “You are what you eat” could also be “You are what you think.” Many of us, myself included, tend to sabotage ourselves rather than support ourselves with our thoughts, beliefs, and the way we treat ourselves.
My Facebook Page this week is focusing on different thoughts and patterns that different people have. Some may apply to you, others may not. I know as I looked down the list there are some who apply to me more frequently than others. Why the focus on thoughts? Continue reading →