Are you struggling to do something about your weight or your health you know you should, But you just can’t seem to stick to it longer than the one day? You’re not alone. Here are some things you can do:
Turn the should into want to – Change the words you use. It can make a difference in your willingness to take the action. Instead of saying “I should go for a long walk every day,” say “I want to go for a long walk every day.”
Prevent all-or-nothing thinking – Add flexibility to your goal. In addition to “I want to go for a long walk every day” tack on “or as often and for as long as I can.”
Get specific – Include the where, when and who. “I want to go for a three-mile walk every morning before 8” or “I will walk at 4:30 pm on Tuesdays with Janet and we’ll meet at the park.”
What will you change or add this week?
Stop living life for what’s around the corner & start enjoying the walk down the street.
Grant L. Miller