If you just had a baby or your scales are creeping up over years, if you have to lose big weight, like fifty or one hundred pounds, this is one task that can be daunting.
We seem to want to give up before we try. Here are some tasks to help you keep in mind that keeps you on a weight-loss journey. It takes time, while watching your calorie intake It’s OK if you only lose two or three pounds in a week, this is still progress. Remember it wasn’t gained over night so losing it will take time. Set you some goals, like being able to fit into a favorite pair of jeans. You have to stay motivated so set some mini goals. Every week,decide what goal you want to take on, like exercising three-times a week and eating greens everyday. When you reach that goal reward yourself with something, like a movie or any thing that makes you feel like you did a great job.
Weight loss is made up of small milestones. Make progress by not using a scale, but watch yourself tone your body with extra energy. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t lose any weight in a week. It’s very easy to cheat by grabbing a cookie or some fries but all this adds up. So make up a journal of what you eat daily. Then you can get a better understanding of the scales and keep yourself honest. Be true to yourself. You will be less likely to eat cake at a party if you know you have to write it down .Share your food with a friend. This will help your food intake. You don’t have to this by yourself, get motivation from friends and family. Let them know you are trying to lose weight. They will help you stay on track. Set yourself up with some friends in fitness dates. You can also share healthy recipes. Get a reliable person that you can call when you get the feeling of veering off course.