By Susan Howard
Through research, Kaiser Medical Group has found that people that practice food journaling are 30-percent more likely to lose weight than those that don’t. Why? Often there is a huge gap between what we wish we were doing and what we actually do. In our minds, we are perfect eaters, consistent exercisers, and meditate once a day, twice on Sunday.
Who we are in our heads does not necessarily translate to who we are in life.
The power of the pen (or the notes section of your smart phone) makes you accountable to what you say you are going to do because it’s written down. There it is, staring at you in the face.
So write down what you want your week to look like, and most often, that’s what you will do. Here is a workout week example:Monday Eddie’s Yoga class 7 p.m. OMMMMM Tuesday Lunchtime strength training: plyometric legs and heavy arms, 5 sets. Get Tough! Wednesday Hike with Stacey, 6 a.m. Thursday ..read more