Making a commitment involves dedicating yourself to something, like a person or a cause. Before you make a commitment, think carefully. A commitment … That is what any type of diet is. How often do you hear people say ” I am going to start a diet”….Monday ( that is what is said on Friday and of course, over the week-end, they gain weight, thus deciding to put it off even further.
Getting started on a diet is the “commitment” that MUST take place! In order to change our appearance (which is often the reason for starting a diet), one must dedicate themselves to the program that they are now getting into. One cannot start a diet on Monday and work on it until Friday and then sway because of the week-end. This is also true of holidays, and we all know that the “Holiday Season” is by far the worst. Everyone has choice morsels out to partake of.
Going off to warmer climates is also not a reason to drop the diet, until one returns. Let’s face it, one of the reasons FOR the diet plan was to be able to wear that two piece swim suit ( if a lady) or go shirtless if a man.
We are not taking a break from our continuing story about Jane and her diet. She lost weight on her program, but because of some mental issues has taken a step back, but while she is not following the plan as written, she has still continues to use the foods that are a part of the program and has continues to lose pounds (albeit, not what she would have anticipated if she was stricter).
She has vowed however, to return to the program in its totality in January as she prepares to have kneee replacement surgery. Losing the desired weight will take pressure off the knee and her body, so the commitment will return. Meanwhile, to learn more about the program, visit www.drtaylorweightloss.com/