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Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss

The Holiday Diet: Tip #3 – Perfectionism can lead to…

The Holiday Diet:  how to wake up thinner on New Year's Day from Our Lady of Weight LossBe forewarned: Perfectionism can lead to:
Low self-esteem (if I am not perfect, no one will love me),
Low-productivity and in some cases obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD),
Procrastination (no point in doing something if I can’t do it perfectly)
Depression,
Sexual dysfunction,
Divorce, and
DUMPING THE DIET … a.k.a. giving up!
Give up the ALL or NOTHING Mentality NOW! Trying to be perfect goes against the grain of the natural flow of life. If the ALL or NOTHING WEIGH OF THINKING is interfering with your life, in any way (weigh), shape (pear shaped or apple) or form (extra rolls around your middle), I invite you to consider letting go of this potentially dangerous approach, that is only going to lead you to a crash and burn failure (again)!
Go with the 80/20 Plan!
On occasion, you will find that you are a little to the right or left of your food plan. Could
be it’s your birthday (or mine), or you ordered steamed vegetables NO sauce, and ‘they’ delivered it with sauce. If your healthy living plan is too rigid, you will crack! Plain and simple. Don’t crack. Be flexible.
More Holiday Diet Tips:
How many calories does Dexter burn while hammering?
The party is over!
The Holiday Diet: How to WAKE UP THINNER on New Year’s Day! is an ongoing e-program.
Spread the word … NOT the icing!
Janice
If YOU Want to WAKE UP THINNER? then go to THE HOLIDAY DIET for details on the e-book, community and more!
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  • http://www.get-the-body-you-want.com/ James Anderson

    Thanks for sharing your thought..Your diet is the most of it. I would also cut sugar and carbs definitely. Lots of water and stay active everyday. Weight is easy to put on and hard to lose. Just eat better, and less.

  • Renee Drew

    Thanks, as always, OLWL, for the reminder to chill out and to not be obsessive about trying to be perfect!

  • shut-eye doll

    We always comment that, “in any trip it’s the journey that’s important not the destination,” yet in weight loss we set ourselves a goal or target weight, which might be unrealistic, and instead of enjoying the new eating habits, we focus on the loss we want to achieve and beat ourselves up when we don’t “make it.”

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