"It starts with one."
This is a phrase which floats around our house on a regular basis.
Too often we are our own worst enemies when we expect to take giant leaps into our goals instead of walking out the little steps each day.
I am consistently reminded that what we do daily matters!
I love the Jim Rohn quote, "Success is a few simple disciplines practiced everyday. Failure is a few errors in judgement repeated everyday."
This is how my husband and I approach not only our fitness lifestyle, but our whole life. Paying attention to our habits good and bad, leads to lasting change.
My husband lost over 60 pounds. Here's his before and after:
He averaged 2# per week, and has create the habits he can sustain for the rest of his life.
There are two things Chuck did that served him well:
This is a question I hear a lot - along with how often should I weigh myself?
It depends on whether you youse it as a management tool or a judgement tool.
What’s the difference?
Many people who weigh themselves assign a value of self worth or loathing to this number, and I want to start off by saying what I’m sure your head already knows but your emotions may forget.
You are not a number on a scale. You are a loved and cherished human being who is valuable beyond measure. You are fearfully and wonderfully made and I hope and pray you embrace that truth with every cell in your being.
…So what about the scale then? Should I weigh? Should I never weigh? If I do weigh how often? Let me answer this with with a few other questions for insight. …
...Should we ever look at the money in our bank accounts?
...or check the price on items we purchase?
To be good managers of our money. We need information to make good decisions.
This is why I...