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Archive for January, 2014

My Favorite Breakfast–and other remarks

I am so loving Weight Watchers’ Simply Filling Plan–just this morning, for instance, I enjoyed my very favorite meal–hash browns cooked in a nonstick pan, with the prescribed two tsps of olive oil (or, as Rachel Ray famously calls it, E.V.O.O.) and two eggs poached in my handy-dandy little egg gizmo.  My friends, I enjoyed every bite and certainly did not feel deprived in any way.  I’ve finally started to exercise in earnest this past week, too, and my ActiveLink monitor, which measures my progress, sets challenges, and awards lovely activity points accordingly, is a big, big help.

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Two blogs in one

I started the first part of this blog last Friday and, due to general principle, I was interrupted. 

So here’s the first one, entitled, “Goals vs Desires”

I have another squash waiting, and I’ll probably fix it over the weekend, (I did, but I haven’t eaten it yet) but you can bet it will be by my usual method.  :)

Are any of you wondering what I meant when I said Danielle LaPorte’s book (THE DESIRE MAP) had inspired me to take a fresh look at goal-setting?

I’ve probably attended dozens of motivational seminars in my life, hearing such ground-breakers as

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.

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