Slip-ups are inevitable. What is the best way to get on track when things do not go according to plan?
I've been going to bed later and later at night until I finally crashed at 2:00 a.m. Last night I forced myself to be in bed by 10:00 pm. I allowed myself to watch t.v. for exactly one hour, then I switched off all the lights and turned on my ambient sound machines. This worked like a charm!
I have an online buddy that I chat with daily (it only take a couple of minutes if that is all the time we have) but it makes all the difference. We set goals for each day and discuss the goals from the previous day.
Well its not always easy to diet,but when we mess up its OK we just wake up and get back on track.We are human.Never put yourself down,when you get back to work give yourself a HUGGGG and SMILE
No one is perfect; the secret is to accept a "failure"; live with it; and pick yourself up from there.
Just log on! :) It helps!
This is my 3rd time trying this out and I hope to stick with it this time.
WELL THAT IS A DIIFERNT ONE FOR EVERYBODY. I LIKE THE ONE IN THE SPARK BOOK.
SET UP SURPRISES FOR YOURSELF SAY WHEN YOU REACH 5 POUNDS GONE YOU GET A PRISE FROM A BOX EITHER YOU OR A FRIEND THAT KNOWS YOU GIVE HER MONEY TO BUT SEVERAL GIFT YOU WOULD LIKE EITHER WRAP THEM UP OR PUT ON A PIECE OF
Reach out to your Spark Friend's when you need to.Always remember there is someone around to not only share in your accomplishments but a shoulder to lean on when you need one
When I find myself off track on exercise I will start small. Maybe a 15 minute walk and build from there. Eventually the 15 minute walk turns into two 15 minute walks then to getting up in the morning to hit the gym.
Get ready for tomorrow's plan, today. Get a plan for tomorrow's exercise, tomorrow's food, tomorrow's H20; get a strategy; get a daily routine and a weekly routine. Reboot as needed. You may not get all you planned to do done today, but you'll still get more done than if you hadn't planned at all.