My Scale

Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Years Eve!

Happy New Year to All!


Once again we contemplate the things we didn't achieve in 2010 and add them to our resolution list for 2011.  This year, the one thing that I want on my resolution list, is to stay a winner throughout the year.  To stay driven, and not fall back.  I want to find myself one year from today making the resolution to do exactly what I did in 2011.  A year of living a healthy lifestyle.






I would bet that living a healthy lifestyle is the number one resolution out there.  Staying fit consist of so many things from quitting bad vices such as smoking, drinking and over eating, to moving and exercising.  Another form of living fit, is emotionally, living positively, being spiritual.  Most of us would like to be more financially secure as well, however without a healthy lifestyle these other securities will fall flat.  




I pledge that one year from today I will be fit and happy with my body size, I will be living a positive life and finally over 50 years in the making will have managed to stick to a resolution.  That is not my plan, that is my reality!  I will find ways of dealing with my hardships without reaching for the wrong foods and I will always make plans for exercise at least 3 days a week.  So, I guess my resolution really is being able to emotionally make it through 2011 without falling in the same traps as every year before.  This year I will come to grips with my emotions and I will stay strong, as the greatest reward I can give myself is the reward of a healthy lifestyle.

In conclusion, I want to thank "The Biggest Loser" program for showing the world that you can be everything you want to be.  For joining forces with Fitness Ridge to create a place where you can really get a kick start to a healthier life.  I want to thank "Cynthia Sass" author of the book "Cinch" for everything I learned being apart of her study.  She is one of the most amazing woman I have the pleasure to know, she has created a plan that gives you total balance when eating, leaving you feeling full and not depriving you of your chocolate.  I want to thank "my readers", you keep me in check, reminding me I am not alone, we are all having similar battles.  Your comments give me strength and help keep me motivated.  I want to thank my family and for their constant support, for the education of my daughter Michelle,
may she never forget how important her degree really
is as she helped me and Alan get back our life.

I wish for everyone to have a healthy New Year full of positivity and may all your resolutions persevere!

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