- Dec 13, 2006
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5 New Year’s Resolutions YOU might want to consider making:
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support of Slim Secrets in 2006. You have helped make it a VERY exciting year for this new brand on the block!
I look forward to sharing another great year with you all.
Slim Secrets wishes you and your families a happy, healthy, safe and prosperous Festive Season and New Year.
Be safe and have fun
Some Resolution ideas from the experts include:
1.Carry a water bottle with you at most times and drink from it often. Drinking water will eliminate much of the confusion of hunger vs. thirst. Drinking plenty of water will properly hydrate your system, allowing your body to function at optimal capacity, make your skin and hair look healthier and make you feel great!
2. Bust your worst habit. Identify the very worst thing that you are doing on a regular basis that contributes to the current condition of your body and then stop doing it!
3. Find some form of physical activity that you enjoy and make doing it non-negotiable. I do not allow family events, travel, work or anything else to interrupt my regime. If I can’t make it to the gym, then I substitute for my at-home routine…but I get my exercise in most days (I don’t beat myself up if I can’t do something).
4. Find something you are passionate about and lend your time to helping further that cause. Getting involved and making a difference in the world is a lot more positive and productive than wasting your time counting points, combining foods, journaling each bite eaten and obsessing over your physical condition. From your children’s school to a neighborhood food pantry and more…there are organizations in your area that would benefit greatly from some of your time, treasure and or talents. Lend a hand to someone in need, it will do YOU good!
5.Become more aware of your actions and the ramifications of them. I believe that we so many things mindlessly without ever stopping to realize the significance of what they do to our mind and body. I wish I had a dollar for every person whom I have helped to realize what their soft-drink habit does to their body. I can tell you dozens of cases of people who simply gave up drinking their customary 5-10 soft-drinks a day and have lost significant amounts of weight as a result. They never knew that a seemingly innocent beverage was to blame for much of their excess weight. Awareness coupled with change of habits can lead to dramatic results.
HAVE A HEALTHY AND SAFE NEW YEAR!