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Losing weight is all about what you gain

Losing weight is all about what you gain

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Losing weight is all about what you gain. Many people have thought about losing weight over the years, but often seem to fall short of an actual attempt to do it. The reason why so many people think about it so much is because deep down, they know that having that extra poundage is not at all good for them. The problem is, just knowing that being overweight is bad is not enough to really push many people to do something about it. Much like wanting to quit smoking, knowing it is bad for you doesn’t induce people to quit doing it. However, if you were to find some really good reasons to quit smoking, like your doctor told you if you don’t quit, you will lose a lung next year, that might make you act and just do it.

Well, losing weight is just like quitting smoking, the more good reasons you have to do it, the more likely you are to act on it and make it happen. If you have something driving your motivation aside from just knowing it is bad for you, you are also more likely to maintain your weight loss goal once you reach it.

First and foremost, losing weight means getting healthier. When you lose those extra pounds you greatly reduce the risk or heart disease, stroke, cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes and joint stress; all conditions associated with being overweight. When you reduce these risks, it means you can have a much better chance of being around to see your children grow up and being around to enjoy your grandchildren. That alone is reason enough to get that weight down.

Another reason you might want to consider for losing weight is that you will feel better. As you begin to lose some of those extra pounds, you will start to notice your energy levels increasing. Being overweight by 20 pounds is like putting a 20-pound sack of potatoes on your shoulders all day. Extra body fat is nothing more than an extra burden to carry around with you daily, so the extra weight drains your energy. For this reason, overweight people tend to be less active and this promotes even more fat buildup. As this continues, they become even less active and so this becomes a vicious cycle leading to obesity.

 As a nice little side benefit, losing weight will make you look better, and who doesn’t want to look better? Each and every one of us has a vision of what we want to look like. Most people are not completely satisfied with the way they look. They will always find something they don’t like about themselves and wish they could change and for people who are overweight; this can be a great motivator to lose weight. A recent study done concluded that as early as age 5, girls who had higher body weights had lower self esteem than girls with normal body weight.

When a person loses weight, you hear things like; you look good; you’ve lost weight haven’t you? Think about how you would feel when you’ve lost enough weight to fit into that dress or that pair of pants you wore back in high school. Now keep in mind, looking better is a great reason to lose weight, but it should not be the only one.

 When you have at least a few good, valid reasons to want to lose weight, it will be a lot easier to motivate yourself to get started and stay with it. Let’s face it, your health, well being and self-esteem are very good reasons to get rid of those extra pounds and keep them off for good. So rather than focusing on having to lose weight, let’s focus on the very important things you’ll gain in doing so. 

Written by Brian Christopher. Brian Christopher, writes books, which, considering where you’re reading this, makes perfect sense. He is one of the leading authors and speakers in the world on personal development, leadership, and success. He’s also known for writing science fiction and non-fiction, on subjects ranging from personal finance to pet training, and romance. He has written 41 books and created more than 150 audio and video learning programs. Brian has worked as a consultant and trainer for more than 200 corporations. He speaks to more than 150,000 people each year.

Books by Brian Christopher: The Weight Loss Manual. The weight loss manual program is a foolproof, comprehensive and science-based weight loss program that is designed to help you achieve your weight loss goal, by making you lose 12 to 23 pounds of body fat within the short period of 14 days.

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Repetitive Romance

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“I’m so pleased we could meet up like this, Hannah. How long has it been? A year?” queried Audrey.

“Yes, it must be getting on for a year,” agreed Hannah with a smile.

“Tell me, who’s your latest heart throb, then? Didn’t you mention he’s named Angelo?” Audrey asked.

“Yes. We met when he came into the ice cream parlor on several occasions—alone,” Hannah sighed. “He always ordered vanilla with hot chocolate sauce; my favorite.”

“Is he the one I just saw you with, with a black patch over his left eye?”

“Yes. Isn’t it romantic? I keep dreaming he’s a one-eyed, swash-buckling pirate.”

“I hope he’s got a job? You’re not paying for his ice creams, are you?” Audrey was a wee bit jealous, because she didn’t have a man in her life at the moment and Angelo was a pretty impressive hunk of a man, if you liked pirates.

“Silly. He pays for them himself, and he always left me big tips before we started dating. We’ve been going steady for four months now. He doesn’t leave me tips anymore, but he pays for some of the best restaurants we go to.”

“So… what does he do?” Audrey continued her interrogation with a roll of her hand.

“Oh, he doesn’t work, now, although he was a Navy SEAL.”

“No way is a one-eyed man a Navy SEAL. I don’t believe it, Hannah. He’s duped you. He’s probably something to do with the mafia. Is his face scarred, too?”

“A wee bit, but that’s just it, Audrey. He was a Navy SEAL on a mission which went wrong through no fault of his own. That’s how he lost his eye and got the scars. He sued the munitions company for faulty equipment and won! Did I mention he’s a billionaire? He’s so laid back you’d never guess, would you? And, he’s hinted he wants to get serious with me.”

“Next, you’ll be telling me that he’s the father of your child and that he didn’t know he’d produced one, and that you’ve just met up again after five years…”

“What are you talking about, Audrey? You know I haven’t got a child.”

“But isn’t that what the majority of romance novels are about these days? He wasn’t a cowboy, or a CEO, so he had to be a Navy SEAL. I’m surprised he doesn’t have amnesia while he’s at it. He’s found you again, but doesn’t remember he ever knew you.”

“I think you’re just jealous, Audrey. I was going to introduce you, but as you seem to know how things pan out in novels, I’ll remind you that you’re probably the best friend who steals the boyfriend for a night. You’re the one who has the child without the man knowing, and then tries to win him for herself five years later. But I’m not going to give you the chance, because now, I’m not going to introduce you.” Hannah was obviously upset because after a moment’s thought she continued.

“Aren’t there novels where short people meet plump people and marry? Maybe you should read a few of them, because I would guess that is what the majority of people in this world are—ordinary. I’ve just been lucky and found myself a one-eyed pirate.

“Go out and find your own, Audrey!”

Copyright©June 2020 Suzy Stewart Dubot

Written by Suzy Stewart Dubot. An Anglo/American who has been living in France for nearly 40 years, she began writing when retired. It is a passion discovered late in life, but lived to its fullest. She has worked at a variety of jobs. Some of the more interesting: Art and Crafts teacher, Bartender, Marketing Assistant for N° 1 World Yacht Charterers (Moorings), Paris Beaux Arts Model, Secretary to the French Haflinger Association…

 A vegetarian and a supporter of animal rights, she uses words when not protesting in the street. She is an admirer of the British abolitionist, William Wilberforce, who was also a founding member of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (S.P.C.A.).

 Books by Suzy Stewart Dubot: Hint of a…Ghost! ‘A Regency ghost awakens with amnesia two hundred years after his tragic death. Present when he appears in her bedroom, Eloïse decides to help him find himself and, perhaps, the reason he is now in the twenty-first century.’

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