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Saturday, 19 March 2011

19th March 2011

Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or to lose. Lyndon B. Johnson

Tonight is going to be the biggest full moon in two decades so make sure you take a look and enjoy the view, I certainly will do.

I’ve got some of my voice back this morning which I’m relieved about as I’m off out for a posh lunch at a Michelin star restaurant with my friends. I had a busy day yesterday training with Weight Watchers which was really good and to finish of the day, five of us treated ourselves to afternoon tea and it was lovely, and the best part about it was all the laughter, we really, really giggled. The next table commented on the fact it was a good job we were only drinking tea and the head waiter told them we were from Weight Watchers and he thought we were all having a sugar rush! ;D

Laughter really is the best medicine and I’m sure that’s partly why I feel better today more so than the lemsip, so hopefully the girls today will totally cure me with another injection of love and laughter.

Did you know that every day we have roughly 200 thoughts about food alone, no wonder we find it so difficult to lose weight, if you think about it, the majority of our social activities revolve around food. From the day we born food and love go hand in hand, your mom feeding you, then when your a toddler food is used as a consoler if you fall over or a treat if you’re good, your loved ones by you chocolates to show they love you. No surprise that we turn to food to cheer us up when we’re down, but you can turn that habit around, with time and practice. I would phone a friend for a good chat now if I felt down, or arrange to meet up for a giggle.

One of the things we touched on in the training yesterday was the importance of weight loss to each individual, and we talked about the different reasons we all joined Weight Watchers. Can you remember yours? What motivated you to walk through the doors? Why did you want to lose weight? Really, really think about the reason or reasons? There will have been a deciding moment, a tipping point, it might have been something someone said, or a photo your saw, a thought you had. And when you recall that reason, hold onto it because that’s your motivation for staying focused and on track.

It’s a beautiful day outside this morning, I’ve walked Alfie for over an hour and its glorious out there, so if you have time, why not venture out and enjoy the sunshine.

Keep your eye on facebook for photos of the Michelin starred food ;D

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