Well it may not be Rocket Science , but it is a science, one that I am not smart enough to figure out on my own. You would think if they can put a man on the moon, that they could come up with a plan for us to lose weight and keep it off. Yes, there has been tons of research and yes, there have been many plans for losing weight and keeping it off. I found one of those plans, and I know it works, but make no mistake, you must follow the plan. There are so many choices on the plan that works for me ( and that's a good thing) but it can also be the hardest part of eating healthy. There are some things that I have to say no to, I am realizing this the longer I am on this journey. There are also things that I have to say yes to as well.
There really isn't any way I can draw out a plan and just go with it, there are just to many curves in the road. One bad choice sometimes leads me to another, and it takes me awhile to get back on track but there are some things I can do.
I can refuse to give up, when I feel defeated.
I can drag my sad self up and exercise
( even when I am not in the mood).
I can except the fact that this is not a precise science, it is not a magic number on my scale.
I can set goals, and achieve them.
I can plan my meals out, and when I have to, I can change those plans
There are a few things I can't do though,
I can't indulge in foods that ( I simply can't get enough of), I'm not saying I can't eat them, I just can't indulge.
I can't allow myself to believe that this will not require hard work.
I can't quit, that is where I draw the line.
At some point you have to quit saying I think I can, I think I can, and start saying
I know I can, I know I can.