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Your Thoughts Create Your Destiny

This is on a bracelet I bought two years ago in Pike Place Market in Seattle.  I stopped to talk to this interesting vendor and felt that after spending so much time with her – I needed to buy something – she suggested this bracelet.  She said it would bring me great things.   I have […]

This is on a bracelet I bought two years ago in Pike Place Market in Seattle.  I stopped to talk to this interesting vendor and felt that after spending so much time with her – I needed to buy something – she suggested this bracelet.  She said it would bring me great things.   I have not taken it off in two years.   Now – I do not fully believe in things like luck – it is a combination of hard work and opportunity.  I do however believe in positive thinking and believing that anything is possible if you put your mind to it.

We are our own worst enemy.  Right now – what are you thinking about?  We always have a tape recorder running in our head – these are the thoughts that create our moods, our reactions and our health.  Are you thinking that you are the best you can be (beautiful and healthy) or are you thinking you are not good enough?

Now you are probably thinking “What does this have to do with nutrition and fitness” My point is -health and wellness starts from the inside out.  Most people starting a weight loss journey never believe they will lose the weight. Others believe they will fail before they begin – so they never start.   We all get stuck in a negative rut.  We have to remember – it is just a thought and a thought can be changed.

This week’s challenge – “Think yourself healthy”

Listen to your thoughts and make them positive.    Not as easy as it sounds!

Food Diary:

I hope you are all doing well with your variety of balanced breakfasts!

I just finished an Ezekiel 4:9 Cinnamon Raisin English muffin with Gouda cheese.  So good!  (1 English muffin has 160 calories, 4 grams of fibre and 6 grams of protein!)   It is made of sprouted whole grains like wheat, barley, millet, spelt, lentils and soy beans.  I also had a glass of water, black coffee and an orange.

Next entry we will work on balanced lunches.  Start being aware of what you are eating for lunch and make sure it is balanced!

Eat Well – Be Well!

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