Delicious Diary Entry
"A healthy dose of motivation with a twist"
My name is Ms.Delicious Diary and my job is to see how my clients are really doing when it comes to their weight loss journey. My favorite clients are Super Size-It Sally and Low-Calorie Lucy, along with their close knit group of friends. They all have their own way of dealing with their issues, and the funniest nicknames to prove it as you will see as you read their diary entries each week. I hold the key to the diary in this special little green bag. My fingers are itching to unlock the diary and see their weight loss or gain, and check their delicious food entries.
Dear Diary: My Book Club Chat!
Super Size-It Sally:
Page 43 reads: Another day another donut, what's one more donut going to hurt? Liz thought to herself those same thoughts for years and just couldn't see the accumulative affect it had on her. To her it was just one donut, but when you add that to all the others she ate, it was a real problem that didn't exist in her mind. In fact, in her mind there was no problem at all, she was just fine weighing a hundred pounds too much, it had become her normal so it felt perfectly normal to her.....
Page 44 reads: Liz is like so many people who just can't see what's right in front of them. They don't know what all the fuss is about when it comes to weight. What's the big deal, it's just a number. You get use to it after a while and don't even notice it much. Until someone looks at you like you have two heads, then you wonder what's wrong with them?....
Lifestyle change of the week!
Carrying extra weight is a personal issue, but if you want to get rid of it then the first step is to acknowledge it's there. It's hard to change a problem if we don't see a problem. Once you decide you want to lose weight, the one thing you can do today is to start thinking you can, then you will. Then downsize big time, start cutting back a little on everything you eat, just leave a few bites on your plate and watch it add up. Add extra steps to your day and you have a plan you can live with.
"Miss a meal if you have to but don't miss a book."