The title of this blog is a phrase we use quite frequently when it comes to coaching people who are on a weight loss journey. Actually, we have shared this lesson here before. Yet, it is so important that it warrants a re-visit, in our opinion.
Wow! How fast do these first few weeks of January seem to fly by? We are just a few weeks past the New Year’s Eve Ball dropping, but for many, those New Year intentions or (“resolutions”) have sputtered.
As a crazy year (called “2020”) begins to wind down, you may be thinking about what you are going to do in 2021 to make healthy changes. This year, more than ever, one of the most popular wishes, desires, goals, or “resolutions” will be weight loss.
Thanks for checking back after our last post to learn 5 MORE Tips for Turkey day! As we said in our last post this time of year can really challenge people’s weight – and it’s often more difficult to take it back off after the holidays than it is to add it - if you’ve not noticed that!
Many studies point out that roughly 75% of annual weight gain takes place during the holiday season. The problem is that these pounds are hard to lose - and over the course of time they add up. After 10 years this can end up being 20 or more pounds.
Fitness is fabulous and we believe should absolutely be a part of everyone’s health and wellness plan. No sensible person would deny that. So, as you read this blog please be very clear: we ARE advocates of fitness! But …