Winter has hit the Rockies. It snowed allllll day yesterday and will continue into today.
Thank goodness … I have my trusty treadmill to get in my walks. Yep, me and Tina (Turner) will be singing and walking later today.
We need to get back to our home improvement list. Just like losing weight … it’s something we started and need to complete.
More from Steve #65:
Fat people silently suffer the consequences of failure.
Fit people build a team to help them succeed.
It’s not easy being fat. In fact, it sucks. Fat people suffer in many ways, and much of the suffering is done alone. Being fat is a private failure you share with the public. It’s the first thing people notice when you meet.
Habit change may be simple, but it’s certainly not easy. Assemble a mentor and support team to guide and encourage you along your journey.
Critical Thinking Question: Do you have a support team in place to help you through the tough times a habit change???
Action Step: Contact three of your closest friends and family members today and ask them to be on your support team.
Sparkers are my support team. Skinny Hubby is always in my corner … but doesn’t understand the effort needed to lose weight or to change habits that don’t serve you. He has … no bad habits … just ask him. 😊
BFF and others around me are not trying to change their behaviors. They complain … but they don’t change.
I blogged about this before … but the more I talk about “changing” my thoughts and behaviors to change my weight … the fewer Sparkers respond.
So, this does feel like a “lone” process.
But I got myself into this “fluff”. I have to get me back out.
Change your mind … and the rest WILL follow.
Coz … I want to be ME.
**Within this blog is my longwinded thoughts based on my reading and humble understanding of Steve Siebold’s Die Fat or Get Tough and years and years and years of searching for thinness and … self-peace.