When going out for the evening meal I research the restuarants website and seek out the nutritional info on the menu offerings. I choose what I will order before leaving and stay on track. I don't even want to see the menu and all the temptations.
Cleveland Clinic has a good free newsletter. Copy & Paste http://my.clevelandclinic.org/ccforms/Cleveland_Clinic_Newsletters_Signup.aspx
Idea I learned to spray my cutting board and counter with white vinegar and let it dry.
No more excuses about being too busy ....
For a next-day boost, place an encouraging not in your gym or lunch bag today
A goal I've set today.To be as paperless as possible by the end of the year. First thing I did, was go through all the magazine recepies I've cut out. Threw them out. Most haven't been made. I can get them on line anyway.
Any app really - whether it's counting calories, keeping track of medical records, even just recording at-the-moment notes and journal-type thoughts. It's great to have something at your fingertips to record what you need to, when you need to. Most of the free apps for the Android system seem to
There's no better motivation than a smile. You can make a dog smile and get in some much needed active minutes by just hooking on that leash and taking off! They need the activity too and if your dog is an active breed it gives them a job and alleviates boredom. Plus, you watch...they'll smile!
do squats during commericls
I try to do squats the whole time I blow dry my hair. Nothing like multi tasking!
One of my favorite ways to stay motivated is to give motivation to others.
read your friends blogs and statuses and their sparkmails. Follow them on your team pages and friend feeds and give them encouragement. It gives you momentum and requires you to think yourself about your own feelings.