I have an elliptical machine at home, that is rather stiff compared to ones at the gym. I make myself stick with it for 10 minutes, and I can usually last about 30-45. It is just getting thru the first 10 minutes that is the hardest for me.
If you do not get between 7 and 8 hours of sleep each night, you might be craving carbs all the next day. Get your sleep and let your body help you.
WELL NO REAL BIG SECRET!NO WEIGHT LOSS IN THE WORLD WILL WORK IF YOU DON'T HAVE YOUR MIND SET TO DO IT! EXERCISE AND NOT WATCHING WHAT YOUEAT WILL NOT WORK.SAME TEUE FOR THE OPPISITE.WATCHING WHAT YOU EAT & NO EXERCISE WILLNOT WORK.IF YOU HAVE IT IN YOUR MIND YOU WIL DIFFINATLEY DO IT.
I'm a chocolate addict. I have been since I was a child. That was the hardest thing to let go, so I've decided not to. Don't give up your sweets completely. Just give yourself a fraction. Don't have a whole candy bar, have a fun size.
I enter ingredients measured in grams. After the meal is done, I figure out how many servings it makes and weigh one portion in grams. I then change the title to include the amount of grams in one serving. I can freeze in larger portions and don't have to remember serving size.
I have been working hard on the elliptical at the gym. Some days when I get on and I think oh my I can only stay on here five minutes. I dig deep, push for 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and then I hit my stride and stay on for 20 minutes. I just have to push myself.
Were fitness shoes, keep weights or a mini stepper or floor cycle in your office for mini workouts throughout the day. every extra movement helps
The first thing I do each morning, is to write my goals for the day in my journal, at the end of the day I write if I met my goals or need to work on them. It has helped me a lot!
I have to decide what's important and what's insignificant in my life in order to maintain mental peace. When I'm overwhelmed with life, it may take a little while, but organizing my thoughts gets me back into focus so that I can Keep Sparkin'!!!
My husband does not have a weight problem and does not want to give up his sweets. So he has his own cabinet that he keeps his snacks in. I don't even open that cabinet. It keeps them off of the counter so I don't have to be tempted every time I go into the kitchen!