Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss

Coach Yourself Thin: What if your current problem was no longer?

Food for thought … Now, just imagine …
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What IF weight loss were no longer an issue?
What WOULD you do with all that time and energy?

Greetings Tushkateers! I am writing to you ‘live’ from Omega Institute of Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, NY, where my workshop “Our Lady of Weight Loss enLIGHTens” begins today! For five days, we are going to explore the Secrets of Permanent Fat Removal and imagine, envision and create a THINspirational life!
Please join along with us … If you answer these ‘OLofWL Coach Yourself Thin’ questions, you can begin to loosen up the fat cells in your mind!
What IF weight loss were no longer an issue?
What WOULD you do with all that time and energy?

How often do you think about your weight?
How often do you think about food?
How important is this issue to you, on a scale from 1 to 10?
How clear are you about this issue?
How motivated are you to resolving this issue?
What impact is this issue having on your life?
What IF weight loss were no longer an issue?
What WOULD you do with all that time and energy?
Please comment below!
Spread the word … NOT the icing!

  • Donna

    I’ve not thought of the 1st question before. The first thing that comes to mind is that I should START living that way NOW! That’s what I’ll be thinking about today. How would I live and think differently and can I begin that now.

  • Queen Jaw Jaw

    If weight were no longer an issue, I would take that energy and actually clean/de-clutter my house and office from top to bottom. Hey, now there’s incentive!

  • LinjaNinda

    If weight loss were no longer an issue…I would no longer have an excuse to not exercise and to spend too much time polishing a chair with my behind, no excuse for wearing sloppy clothes rather than sharp cute outfits that I used to love wearing, no excuse for avoiding social situations, no excuse for not making efforts to explore and enjoy life. Wow no wonder weight loss is such a monumental issue! No wonder I begin and fail over and over until at the point where I simply do not begin. Being 45 pounds overweight serves me well in a diabolical destructive way.
    Interesting that if I were to begin the aforementioned now rather than thinking “when I lose 20 pounds”, I may find the problem begins to shrink without any big drama. So is the problem my weight or my fear and laziness? Either way breaking out of it is really difficult.

  • dEE

    i have lost 177 lbs but i constantly think about keeping off what i have lost so the problem remain it does not go away

  • Laura

    Did you know you can exercise only walking?
    You can lose weight by walking and it does burn calories. Walking to lose weight is mild cardio exercise and very effective for weight loss. Unlike running, it is less hard on your body and it is sustainable long term. The number of calories burned walking depends on your age, your weight, your degree of fitness, your body composition, and where you are walking (flat ground or incline) as well as how far you are walking and how fast you are walking.
    If you want to learn a very simple method that will get you losing fat pounds and you will be able to repeat this program again and again for the rest of your life, I advise you to take a look here Fat Loss Factor. I hope this will help you and I wish you all good luck in your diet.

  • Your Name

    Oh yeah,i know that if i have been walking continously,i am very,very slim belly now,but,i prioritized sleeping more,thats what i feel i needed most,to make up for those lost sleeps in the past,but,i know that i can still make it continue again though,and i feel that i am recovering from those sleep deprivation in the past,so,yeah,i can do walking back again at the park close to my place,i’ll make that my number 2 priority,and besides my girl is motivated and have reason to go to the park now with her new bike,i have company!!!!good way to take advantage of my girls’ summertime activity.thanks Janice.

  • Pam

    I was wondering if Dee would like to share how she lost 177lbs. What a wonderful thing to do for your mind & body. Stay stong.

  • dEE

    I AM AN OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS member and take each day as it comes and give my food to God each dY

  • Your Name

    Actually, I think it’s the idea that one CAN stop thinking about it, that is responsible for the horrible statistics about people regaining weight that’s been lost.
    I’ve lost around 25-27 pounds (it fluctuates a bit) and kept it off. But I write down what I eat and calculate out calories (fortunately, computers make that easy), watch portions, make sure most of my calories are nutritious not empty, etc. I walk briskly between 2 and 2.5 hours a week total. Do my thoughts about food and weight and time spent planning meals and exercising take any less time than when I was plumper? NO. I spend every bit as much time as I did during the weight loss process (and MORE time than I did when I just kind of ate obliviously and packed on pounds.)
    Yes, you still have to expend time and energy thinking about what you’re going to eat, whether your clothes are fitting well/what the scale says depending on whether you’re a size or numbers type monitoring person, watch portions and nutrition, and move your body after you lose weight in order to keep it off. The FREEDOM part is that I feel better, I look better, I look younger, I reversed health issues like borderline blood sugar issues and high blood pressure… I still think about food, I still think about what I weigh, and I still exercise, but it’s spending hours of SELF CARE and STAYING FEELING GOOD rather than spending hours beating myself up about the status quo. There is also the issue of less time spent feeling bad, like having headaches when my blood sugar would spike so the bottom number was around 100!
    I weigh myself every day (or if you prefer, do it weekly, or try on skinny jeans once a week). I write down what I eat. I write down how long I walk and at what speed approximately. I eat 1400-1600 calories a day, depending on my activity level, 90% of the time. Yes, that’s maintaining and NOT a diet. (I’m short/small boned.) If I ate like I did before I lost weight, I’d put it back on… so I don’t. But vigilance 90% of the time pays… 10% of the time, I can eat something TRULY DECADENT and really ENJOY it guilt-free. I can have the occasional splurge and just not worry about it.

  • Kate Severin

    I have to lose weight to lower my triglicerides and glucose. I’ve stopped eating so much cereal and bread and started eating more green (who knew Kale was good!). I go to exercise 3 days a week (I have to be supervised because I fall a lot) and over two months have lost 10 lbs. I need to lose more and then have blood tests to see how my numbers are but I’m surely on the right track.

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