I was just reading this article about how smartphones are the way to lose weight? It got me thinking. The studies indicated that clients using the apps showed an average weight loss of 10lbs in six months.
What it didn’t suggest is combining two or three solutions together to form a perfect package for each individual. How about a weight loss app combined with hypnotherapy to change habits? Or even both the above with a personalised training programme? Training doesn’t have to involve a gym. I walk and exercise my dog ever day. Fitness and fresh air, what more could you ask for?
So why just a smart app? Make yourself the smart ‘app’ by choosing the right “clicks” to make your body work effectively?
Original article from the medical express http://medicalxpress.com/news/2013-04-smartphone-weight.html
Last year it was 21 degrees, we’ll be lucky if we see 3 degrees later this evening. Definitely not time to put those winter woollies away yet. Whilst out for a walk today with hat, scarf, coat and thermals, I was looking around as I walk at all the wild plants in suspension.
Bluebells desperately holding onto their blooms and buds on trees staying tightly closed. Do we hold onto things too long sometimes? How many times have you held onto a thought and allowed it to eat into you for way too long?
Hypnotherapy can help to unlock those damaged trails of thought patterns and help to create new pathways and fresh outlooks on the walk of life.
Mr weather can never satisfy us humans. When we don’t see snow we moan about the weather not having seasons and when it snows we blame everything on the weather.
Have you ever thought that proper planning means we could be prepared for any situation that we are put in?
Would you arrange a dinner party without knowing what your guests like and without having the ingredients? I doubt most would.
Think of your next move like one of those dinner parties. You’ve already got the ingredients in you to make that end product. You might need a little help from the professionals but the main ingredient in your life is you.
YOU are extraordinary and there is no one else like you, whoever you are.
Mother’s Day is a chance for generations to get together, or maybe a time to reminisce about those no longer with us, who still hold a place in our hearts.
I see a piece of each of my family in me. I have gained the cheekiness of my Dad and unfortunately his terrible one-liner sense of humour. From my Mum, that sense of caution. Maybe in the future I will even learn how to give the ‘LOOK’ that only a parent can give a child.
Family and friends are like heart-beats. Each helps to form a solid life energy spurring us through dark days, and empty nights.
Our friends may change over years, but our family is always there, listening and advising. As Alex Haley once said, “In every conceivable manner the family is a link to the past and a bridge to the future”
Let’s enjoy that crossing. And even if we have to look back to remember those left behind on the bridge of time, remember we’re just showing them how the lessons they taught us will be carried in our hearts forever.
"You’ve got to take the good with the bad, smile with the sad, love what you’ve got, and remember what you had. Always forgive but never forget. Learn from mistakes, but never regrets" ~ unknown