I have not even been making any real attempt to live well and I don't even have excuses and I cant even pinpoint what my problem is exactly... its just a vague, cant put my finger on it, general, failure.
I heard on the radio that when a baseball player is in a slump and nothing is working well for them and they are just not doing a good job, the solution is to go back to the basics, to re-learn and concentrate on the basics of the game.
This sounds like a man thing. I have never heard of this. I asked my husband about this and he seemed to be familiar with the concept, so I guess its a real tatic. If it works for major athletics, maybe it will work for me? I am going back to the basics. In a nut shell, its just common sense, the basics of the weight watcher's plan, among other things, drink 8 glasses of water each day and at least 5 fruits and veggies each day.
I have trouble with the veggies and fruit and have been averaging 2.
Its a lot harder than it sounds. Seriously, how many fruits and veggies do you eat every day? It takes a conscious effort... and it is so easy to have some crackers or pretzels, popcorn, chips, chocolate... anything but that apple.
I have also started walking one mile a day, instead of trying to cheat by getting exercise unpacking boxes and cleaning the house, I am making an effort to actually exercise.
This week, I am not going to weigh in at my weight watcher's meeting. I am just not up to hearing the sad news. I will instead just listen, pay attention to the leader and the topic and hear what the others are doing.
Then I will go back to the basics and report in next week.
Who else is choosing to live well? Look here: