10. You Don't Like Free Stuff
Who actually wants to try something out for free before it actually starts? Because free coaching to get through the holidays and prepare for the New Year won't help anyway. And to be able to continue for free after it ends is really not necessary. No one wants free.
9. You're A Self-Made Person And You Don't Need A Coach ~ Or Anyone ~ To Help You
This is America. We pull ourselves up by our bootstraps and keep on walking. If you want to lose those 20 pounds and keep them off, then you will do it. If you want to feel better and be in better shape, then you'll do it. You don't need no stinking' coach to help you through it all.
8. You Don't Believe Something That Costs Less Than Your Daily Starbucks Coffee Could Possibly Be Better For You Than Your Daily Starbucks Coffee
7. You Don't Believe In Mindset. You're A Realist.
Hey, if things don't work out, they just don't work out. That's the reality of life. Just move on. Don't waste your time trying to make it better. If it wasn't meant to be, it wasn't meant to be. And don't bother making New Year's Resolutions. They don't work. And don't try to figure out why you can't make New Year's Resolutions and achieve them, or to make them stick once you do achieve them. Believing in change is like believing in Santa Claus. It will only disappoint you when you know the truth.
6. You Know You're Getting Older And It's Just A Fact That You Won't Have The Energy You Used To
5. You Don't Believe Being Healthy Or Eating Healthy Is Enjoyable Or Fun
Being healthy is a drag. And good food tastes like cardboard, right? Plants and twigs and stuff like that. So what if you don't have the energy you'd like or feel like you want to. It's no fun being healthy.
4. You Enjoy The Symphony Of Noises Arising From Your Body As You Go Through Your Day
You know, the popping of your knees as you go up and down the stairs or get out of bed in the morning. The unexpected gas exploding from you at the Christmas party. Or the grunting you make when you try to stand back up after playing with the kids. It's music to your ears. That way you know that you are really doing something with your body.
3. You Know That Your Relationships Have NOTHING To Do With Your Health Or Happiness
Your relationship to yourself has nothing to do with health. How do you even have a relationship with yourself? Or with a higher power? And as for friends and family, well, there are always difficult people that you have to put up with. Just deal with it. And make sure you have enough wine during your holiday dinner to tune out any annoying or disturbing conversations during the holidays.
2. You Like the Surprise of Wondering What Size You'll Be in 6 Weeks for Holiday Gatherings Since You Yo-Yo Between Three Different Sizes On A Regular Basis
It keeps life interesting. And there's really nothing you can do to keep your weight steady, right? Anyway, it's fun having so many clothes in your closet, even if you can't choose between all of them at any given time. Then you get to feel better about yourself when your "fat clothes" are all too big. Besides, we're all getting older and that means we just gain weight, right? A few pounds here and a few pounds there won't matter, will they? And sometimes it's kinda nice to have a little extra body weight to rest your arms on when the holiday conversations get a little dull.
1. You Were Just Dealt A Bad Hand ~ You Have Bad Genes So You May As Well Live Life While You Can Before The Genes Catch Up With You
So, your grandparents had cancer. Your dad has heart disease. Your cousin has diabetes and everyone has anxiety. High blood pressure is everywhere on both sides. And don't get started on all the allergies you have in your family! So your thinking is you should make hay while the sun shines. Live life and forget about those choices you make every day because one day your health will just slip away anyway. Earlier and earlier in life, it seems. Then there's that thing called epigenetics that says your lifestyle choices are what activates those genes for disease, but that's a bunch of hogwash. You see your parents and grandparents suffer, even as they tell stories of their parents and grandparents who somehow beat the odds and lived into their old ages without these things that are now so unluckily ravaging your family. They were the lucky ones....
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It stirs up warm fuzzy feelings...
...or cold dread.
It evokes the memories of turkey and stuffing cooking, the smells of pumpkin and apple pies in the oven, and warm family dinners...or it jars the heart with family division, arguments, judgments and criticism.
Whatever the family dynamics, Thanksgiving is a time of expressly showing gratitude for all we are blessed with. Whatever side of history you are on, Thanksgiving is a time to get
together with those we love and care about (sometimes that is NOT family) and enjoy company, good food and blessings.
It is a time when we get to practice patience and tolerance (especially when we are trying desperately to dodge political conversations) with those we may not see very often, but read their Facebook posts on a somewhat regular basis. It is a time to continue to move into the longer nights and enjoy more rest and relaxation. It's a time to work together and laugh together. It's a time to remember our past, both our personal past and our nation's past, and give thanks for the good and to vow not to repeat the bad.
It's a time for feasting and enjoyment. It's a time to reflect and pause. It's a time to remember those we miss, whether it is those not present or those who are no longer with us. It's a time of looking deep inside and begin to let go of this year and prepare for the next; a time to prune the dead branches and cultivate the soil to get ready for Advent and prepare our hearts for Christmas, which is far more important that the holiday parties we have planned.
It is a time to forget politics and grudges and move forward with forgiveness when we've been wronged and to seek forgiveness when we've done wrong. Forgiveness is curious, though. Forgiveness is always about the person who is forgiving, not the person being forgiven. We often forget that. Some relationships are too toxic to be restored. And when relationships are too toxic to be restored, forgiveness is only done in the heart of the person who was wronged. It is not the tangible, outward sign that we often want it to be. Forgiveness is always about the heart, not the acceptance of the other person or the restoration of the relationship. Those are just bonuses. Not everyone gets that. And not everyone gets that beautiful family dinner with an abundance of fond memories. It can be a challenging season for some.
So reach out to someone today. Give them a reason to smile. Give them piece of your warmth and gratitude. Heck, invite them over for Thanksgiving. Give them the gift they may not get at the holiday.
My passion is to help others to live their lives to the fullest. Taking OWNERSHIP of your health and your life by knowing what creates health and wellness will allow you to make truly informed choices that will add to your wellbeing, as well as the wellbeing of your family, your community, society and ultimately the world...