Sticking With Your Plan...

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Is is so very easy to make plans to get your workout in and stick to the meal for the day. It is even easier for someONE one someTHING to sabotage your plan! If you wake up ready and expecting those bumps to come during the coarse of the day you'll be better prepared to react in a manner that won't throw your day off. I always carry in my purse and in my car some sort of non perishable snack item just in case I get hungry when I am out and about and can't get to something healthy. Usually eating that snack item and drinking some water will prevent me from grabbing something that is not good for me. The 100 Calorie Nut Packs work well for me. The Dry Roasted Almonds are sooo good! They have that yummy smokey flavor with a twinge of salt!! If you fail to plan, plan to fail! Take a few minutes to prepare for the day ahead of you, the reward is PHENOMENAL!
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    Great advice...I bought some almonds last week from Sam's...BUT I have eaten way too many...I think I will package them up into snack bags...I just went crazy eating them..today is the first day of getting serious for me...thought it was last week....I HAVE GOT to do something...can not get in my jeans!!!! Need to plan so I don't fail again this week...day one ...here I go...(thanks for your blog)
    2431 days ago
    Thanks. I will buy some to put in my car today!
    2437 days ago
    Oh wow, you have Ernestine's pic on your page, she is inspirational.....wow

    Really good tip, I also have my training shoes/pumps in the car, so that any opportunity I got for a brisk walk.

    2437 days ago
    Great advice. Now to follow it! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2437 days ago
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    Thanks for sharing
    2437 days ago
    I agree that planning ahead makes a huge difference.
    2437 days ago
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