Maintaining Your Success

Ah, Christmas and December special events are over! Hopefully sometime last week-end, you also took time for celebrating the spiritual significance of Christmas: that Jesus, the Son of God, came to earth as a baby, willingly, as part of God’s plan for reconciling (making the relationship right) each one of us to Himself. What a plan! What an awesome occasion!

What does a spiritual component have to do with weight management?

It is a factor of healthy living!

For the past twelve years, I have been coach to a variety of clients, at various levels of commitment, who got various levels of success. Over those years, people who experience the greatest level of optimal health seem to have these eight areas of lifestyle choices on the right track.

Here, then, is the list of these 8 guardians of our health- a descriptive phrase from a business friend, Carol Merlo.

1. Spiritual component

2. Emotional component

3. Activity

4. Sleep

5. Breathing deeply

6. Hydration

7. Quality and Quantity of Food

8. Supplementation

Over the next couple of weeks, I’d like to explore each of these aspects a little more in depth.

Right now,  let me suggest that you check out these tips to roll into 2011 on the coattails of recent success: whether that was maintenance, less gain than last year (noticeable by how your clothes are fitting- the best way to judge success!), or actual loss of inches/pounds.

The first tip is to stay hydrated- reach for water first when you are hungry. My suggestion: be sure that you are drinking pure water. You certainly don’t want your water to inadvertently be a source of more chemicals and toxins that your body has to work overtime to flush out!

Click here to read the other tips.

If you are in need of take-em-with-you healthy snacks, check out my website for a special price on our Simply Delicious organic snack food bars (2 boxes for the price of one!!). If you have any questions about ordering, feel free to get in touch with me.

One more holiday week-end, New Year’s Eve and Day. You’ll do fine!

May you experience good health, happiness and prosperity in 2011.

If there is anything I can do for you, just let me know.

By the way, if this blog was helpful to you and you know of a friend who is like-minded, or is making steps in that direction- feel free to pass on this link. You can also visit my facebook page for comments and links to other articles of interest. Thanks for stopping, and I look forward to reading your comments below.

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