Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss


10 Commandments of Holiday Weight Loss (pocket version)

The Holiday Diet:  how to wake up thinner on New Year's Day from Our Lady of Weight Loss
Ho, Ho – Hold on there! I know … it’s easy to throw your hands up in the air and say, “It’s okay. It’s the holidays. I’ll straighten up and eat right in January.”
But will you get a handle on things come the New Year? And if you do, how much damage will you have suffered?
Make a conscious choice.
Think it through. How will the Scales of Injustice register post holiday? Up, down, sideways? Do you want to lose weight? Maintain? Is it okay to gain a pound or two? There’s no right or wrong answer. It’s your choice.
Face the food, head on.
Whether you are trying to lose weight, maintain or just stay healthy, to get you through this holiday season Our Lady wants you to keep her Top Ten Holiday Commandments in mind. 10 commandments printout.pdf Sometimes a simple reminder is all you need.

The Our Lady of Weight Loss Ten Holiday Commandments
Thou shalt honor thy body and believe in thyself.
Be kind, loving and forgiving to yourself, first and foremost – always.
Thou shalt never leave home hungry.
Eat something before the party. A salad, some fruit, even an egg will do. And plenty of water and/or seltzer.
Thou shalt stay clear of the buffet table.
Get away from the food. Why torture yourself? Socialize – have a fun conversation!
Thou shalt not deny thyself a treat or two now and then.
Fill up your plate with Our Lady approved foods, and leave a little space for your favorite treat. Too much denial isn’t a good thing.
Thou shalt recycle food gifts.
Quick, fast – before you change your mind. Give the candy, the cakes, the food away.
Thou shalt keep thy hands busy.
Try knitting, crocheting, cutting & pasting, needlepoint, draw, write – anything to keep your hands busy. Give your creations as gifts!
Thou shalt stay clear of sweat pants.
Wear snug clothing. No room for expansion, no sweats please!
Thou shalt walk – a lot!
Ask Santa for a pedometer for Christmas. And then use it!
Thou shalt drink enough Holy Water to frighten Noah and map out all the restrooms in thy village.
Drink up – water that is.
Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s plate.

Spread the holiday word … NOT the icing!
Janice
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  • http://steps-to-skinny.blogspot.com The Katt

    Dear Santa, I would love it if you replaced my pedometer this Christmas, since mine went through the washer and dryer. (To Hubby: Don’t say I never gave you any hints!) (To everyone else: Empty your pockets before laundry day!)

  • Casey (Karen) James

    That is wonderful!!! I posted that to both my facebook regular account and to my facebook fan page as well!!!
    Fabfit4us…..Casey J
    Keep up the awesome writing!!!

  • Lucy

    I’ve tried various low-carb, low-calorie, and low-fat diets for the past couple of years. Although the Atkins diet is very popular,
    it made me feel somewhat unhealthy.
    The diet plan I’m on right now is the Medifast Diet. The caloric intake is roughly 800-1000 calories. However, it doesn’t make my
    body feel weak. It is a bit of a pricey diet, but there are plenty of coupons available on the
    internet.http://www.swoopup.com/stores/deals/Medifast-Diet .You should never pay full price.
    My advice is just choose a diet plan which your body reacts positively to. No one knows your body better than you do!

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