Twas the Night Before Fatness
As I sit here on the computer wearing some of my “bigger” jeans, I think about the reality of my expanding waistline. After taking a break from dieting, I have to admit I’ve enjoyed cheating and the extras – but that extra junk adds up to a lot of extra junk in the trunk.
Tomorrow is Christmas Day, and the last real excuse to indulge with family and loved ones. You have 2 choices. You can stop the eating frenzy the day after Christmas, or you can do like many people, and wait until after the New Year.
It’s easy to talk yourself out of exercise and eating healthy again when you think about the fact you probably still have parties to attend and New Year’s festivities to enjoy, but don’t be tempted to let those excuses get in the way of trying. If you’ve fallen off the wagon, don’t just lay there on the side of the road and watch your ride to success leave you behind. Get back on, and ride it as long as you can hold on. If you fall off again, at least you are doing better than you were if you didn’t do anything at all.
It’s easy to just quit dieting and working out during the Holiday – but don’t give in. What you do over the Holidays will soon be in the past. Now is the time to plan how you will get back on that wagon and start heading to your goal. Like I always say, it’s not how many times you fall, it’s how fast you get back up that really counts.
How fast will you jump back in your routine this Christmas?
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