Every year we make promises to ourselves to lose the extra weight and get in shape. It's our fist goal with every New Year. Our New Year's Resolutions always fall short after about a month of trying hard. Then the routine gets old. The healthy eating habits and exercise don't seem as fresh and fun. The time and energy to keep up the wellness plan seems to seem to take more energy than we have or want to give it. Why does this always seem to happen? Often it has to do with boredom. Or simply lack of motivation. Or simply getting into a place of being tired of what we're doing.
Often the area we fall short in is the view of a perfect weight loss plan. Or our own unimaginable goals that everything will be flawless and happen perfectly from start to finish is not realistic. The time it takes to lose weight gets in the way of the real world needs with our family and jobs. We mentally make excuses for those real world needs too, which often side track our weight loss goals.
The "all in it to win it" mentality many of us have this short coming. If we can't follow the most perfect weight loss plan and follow it 100% percent of the time 24/7 ....then we're thinking we're falling. We'll start and stope and restart, over and over again. Which is so far from the truth! There is no perfect weight loss plan or program.
We're also way too hard on ourselves to be perfect at weight loss. The best weight loss plan is one you'll stick to. Be it eating really well all of the time, or most of the week. That's your call. you know what you can handle. Some of us can't have cheat days because we overeat. Some of us do better with a cheat meal here or there. We sometimes need a day of a break from eating so healthy. Sometimes we even need a week to gather our thoughts and reevaluate what we're doing. What's working and what's not, this is why it helps to journal your weight loss. We're human and have slip-ups from time to time, it's natural. Too many of us let a piece of cake or plate of pasta to completely derail our weight loss efforts. We must get up the next day and start again, regardless of our own bad food choices. Haven given to the wrong foods ia not a deal breaker. It takes tough individuals to lose weight and it's a long distance run over a sprint.
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