At this point, many of us are already struggling with our New Year’s resolutions of the things we want to do to lose weight. So, I thought it might be helpful to substitute a list of things we should NEVER DO to lose weight.
Weight loss tip number 8 of 100: NEVER, ever go on a diet again. Just allow yourself to lose weight.
Other things to never do:
…NEVER, ever, lose your sense of humor.
…NEVER take orders from a doughnut.
…NEVER consider French fries a vegetable.
…NEVER have an intimate dinner for two unless you are with someone.
…NEVER lose weight fast, lose it slowly, and keep it off for good.
…NEVER buy foods you see on TV.
…NEVER consider eating a clown. (I heard they taste kind of funny.)
…NEVER eat when asleep or napping.
…NEVER miss an opportunity to say no to food if not hungry.
… NEVER eat foods when the first three ingredients are chemicals you have never heard of.
…NEVER give up on learning and practicing new healthy eating habits.
…NEVER read beauty magazines to raise your self-esteem.
…NEVER consider hunger an emergency.
…NEVER lose your determination to attain a healthy weight.
I also would like to share my favorite thought-provoking saying to divert you from eating when you are not really hungry:
“Never teach a pig to sing. It is hard to do, and it annoys the pig!”
I will never give up helping people become skinny and debt free. Happy New Year!
Here are our steps so far:
- Cut your weight loss goal in half.
- Weigh yourself every day on a digital scale.
- Self-esteem is more important than cookies and cream.
- Eat slowly! Eat very slowly!
- Eat in the sitting position only.
- Record all of your food and exercise daily in a free app like MyFitnessPal.
- The net calorie rules period, end of story.
- NEVER, ever go on a diet again. Just allow yourself to lose weight.
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Martin Sher, Co-CEO of AmSher Compassionate Collections® is on a mission to help 5 million people lose weight and be debt free.
Martin is past president of ACA International, and author of the Collector’s Pledge — hundreds of thousands of collectors all over the world have signed this unique document committing to treat people with dignity and respect.