Break Your Habits
Posted by Dee Dee
Country United States
Date 14 February 2005
Human beings are creatures of HABIT,and let's face it
some old habits are hard to break.
Most of us are on this never ending "yo-yo" diet, we lose, we gain,
we lose, we gain. Deep down we all know what it takes to be "fit",
and for most of us it's eaiser to be, well let's just say, less
"fit", but with some minor changes in our every day lives you will
be able to see some good results, by rethinking and recreating how
we shop, what we eat, how we eat,when we eat, and so forth, I have
found that with just a few of these minor adjustments in our
routines will pay big dividends to our "bottom line"........if you
get what I mean, (the bottom line we carry around with us where ever
Just try these things for awhile, just test yourself,
and see if it make a differance, what do you have to lose? What we
all want to lose,and slim our bottom line!
Park farther away when you go shopping, I've seen
peoople drive around a parking lot several times looking for that
perfect parking place, WALK..... NO EXCUSES,(unless you are
medically unable of course.
When you need just a few things from the store, carry
a hand basket instead of pushing a cart, hand baskets hold less
NEVER go food shopping on an empty stomach. The
pitfalls are out there, just waiting, for that weak moment, and once
bought, well you have to eat it, what ever it may be.
After dinner, don't sit and "relax" your dinner is
working down to your bottom line, get up and clean the kitchen or do
one of the 'I'll do it later chores', everyone has at least one of
A couple of times a week, skip lunch, there's always
something else do do for that half an hour, read part of a book,
take a walk, just sit and visit with a friend, it's a proven fact
that no one ever starved to death between breakfest and dinner, even
if breakfest was only an energy bar, or a peice if fruit.
These are just some minor changes in our daily habits,
not hard to do, nothing to buy, no vigiorus excersises,try it,think
about your own HABITS, and see if you can make some minor changes to
help your "bottom line" After all, what do you have to lose?