Simple Truths Not Often Spoken
I read this article on CNN this morning, and it hit my truth nerve. Here's some sound advice not on how to diet, but how to adjust, adapt, and cope with the lifestyle changes necessary for our journey. Number 1 was my favorite!
on 6/8/14 1:45 am
Great article thanks for sharing!
Great article. Me: 2 and 1.
Consult 12/9/13, Pre-Surgery Appt 9/5/14, Surgery 9/23/14, Height/5'.52", HW/273, ConsW/268 ConsBMI/49, PreSurW/213 PreSurBMI/39, SurW/193.8 SurBMI/35.4, Drs GW/140-150 My 1st GW/160 2nd GW/145
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I am with you on number 1. While I agree with the others, too, number 2 is up there, too.
Number 1 is something that I struggled with the first few months or so, and only a couple months ago told myself to "get over it!" That is, get used to this new normal. I did what I wanted pre-op (with food & exercise) and if I want to be be successful there will be "discomfort" and really, a lot of the things that sucked at first have not necessarily become comfortable, but are more tolerable and just the norm.
BTW, Sandy, how's your summer going just a hop, skip, and a jump away in DL? All good here. I am so happy that summer has finally arrived after our long cold winter and nonexistent Spring.
Hi Sarah! My summer has been wonderful so far. I've been loving taking care of my little garden, walking, and enjoying the wildlife. I must go harvest some more rhubarb today (2nd harvest already) so it doesn't completely take over!