Achieving health and fitness well-being is a journey; not a destination. While you may have an ultimate weight loss or fitness goal in mind, reaching that goal will not signal the end of the journey.
Maintaining will require your attention, as well. Adopting some new baby-step habits along the way will assist in the process.
Keep is slow and steady- and enjoy the process. Revel in each little accomplishment. Acknowledge that these little successes will eventually add up to big results.
Remember that what you do today will affect your life tomorrow. Where do you want to be in a year or 5, 10, or 20 years from now? At the same weight, or perhaps even more? Out of shape and unhealthy? Or fit, trim and strong? How about looking and feeling your very best? The years will come and go whether you are making progress or not.
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