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just sayin’ … I lost

Sunday, September 27, 2020



I’m sooooooo excited. I lost, I lost, I lost.

.6 pounds.

Yep … point 6 @#$%! ounces of a pound.

I passed up the YUMMY lunch everyone else ate yesterday to include CHOCOLATE and real ICE CREAM !!!

OK … I’m better now. Maybe. Sorta.

More from Steve #35:

Fat people make decisions slowly and change them quickly.
Fit people make decisions quickly and change them slowly.

Fat people suffer from a lack of self-confidence because they believe they can’t control what they eat.

The truth is they can control anything they want to, if they would only make the decision to do it.

Getting fat is a decision. So is getting fit.

Critical Thinking Question: Are you a person that sticks to your good decisions, or do you allow your emotions to get the best of you and make commitments you can’t keep???

Action Step: Practice making decisions all day today, and be consciously aware of what motivated you to make them. Once you understand your psychological habit patterns, it will be easier to catch yourself before you make mistakes.

As I re-hung allllll my skinny clothes back into my closet yesterday … I did get enthusiastic about being able to wear them again. I got some cool things and want to feel good in them … again.

Changing my mind to not follow my plan each time I want to eat something for the moment … won’t get me back into those clothes.

It’s like deciding on not just the brand of paint, but which paint within that brand AND the colors to select for painting the outside of our home.

Gather the information, make a decision and then … see it through. Otherwise, it will never, ever get painted.

Sherwin Williams. Behr. Valspar.
Chocolate. Lose weight. Ice cream. Lose weight.



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Change your mind … and the rest WILL follow.

Coz … I want to be ME.

**Within this blog is my longwinded thoughts based on my reading and humble understanding of Steve Siebold’s Die Fat or Get Tough and years and years and years of searching for thinness and … self-peace.
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