Slip-ups are inevitable. What is the best way to get on track when things do not go according to plan?
I used to have a slip-up in the morning and throw the rest of the day away, until someone told me "if you drop an egg, do you throw the rest of the dozen on the floor? No, you make the most of what you have left!" That has stuck with me for years.
i have been lagging in enthusiasm for MANY reasons...HOWEVER...i got THE SPARK today and entered my secret code and got my 500 points for buying it and , voila, i have been re-enthused with the silly 500 sparkpoints which get me UP for producing more and finding my STREAKS...now, onto the reading
For those of us who need extra help getting and staying on track, find an accountability buddy. Find someone you trust and have them make sure you follow through with fitness and weight loss goals and commitments. I chose a trainer, but if you can find a SparkPeople buddy in your area, do it!
eat much as you can to gain weight
When you're in a mental rut, put on music ... stand up and move to it while you try to think things through. Before you know it you'll be dancing & happy & active again.
I've read a few of the secrets posted, somehow I got off track the last 5-6 days but I feel a rest /break wasnt neccisaraly a bad thing it helped clear mt mind and may even give my system a boost again.
Regret is the very thing that hold a lot of people back who trying to accomplish something. Maybe you got a diagnosis that could have been prevented by changing your diet or maybe you regret a decision you made years ago. Continued below...
We all need to really rest from time to time. Sometimes I rest my program. It's different than giving up or throwing it away. I'm just taking care of myself so as not to get upset and quit something I really want to do. So rest a while and then come on back.
Try to empty your head.
Refill your batteries and start fresh.
Disconnecting for a moment helps to make you aware of what you really have to do.