“Don’t die with your music still inside you. Listen to your intuitive inner voice and find what passion stirs your soul. Listen to that inner voice, and don’t get to the end of your life and say, ‘What if my whole life has been wrong?”
~Dr. Wayne W. Dyer~
If there was an award called, “Habitual Weight Watchers Offender” then I would be the most successful person in the world.
I hate when people ask, “Are you on a diet?”
I’ve been on a diet my whole life. I remember starting way back in middle school with Richard Simmons’s Deal a Meal. Anyone remember that?
I lost so much weight last year and then my wedding came and went. I got depressed. For the first time in my life, I got real depression. I mean, can’t get off the couch on a Saturday afternoon when your friends invite you out depression.
I got hit with a ton of life changing events all at once. Some good. Some bad.
BUT, I never really gave up. I kept trying here and there. Even if it wasn’t consistent.
I need to just accept this is my life. I’ve never done that before. I have to change these habits permanently. I thought I had but I was still turning to food for comfort.
I have used every excuse in the book. And just like my Dad always says, “An excuse is a reason for failure.”
I’m not going to say that I need to lose x number of pounds by x date. I’m not even making huge goals.
I’m going to do this so I feel like myself again . . . Simply Irresistible.
Are you with me?