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Clean Slate

Friday, January 02, 2015

The beginning of a new year always brings hope. It's a clean slate! I can leave behind the things that didn't turn out the way I imagined. I can build on things that have potential.

I'm not one to make resolutions. I make small changes through out the year. I pick one thing and concentrate on making that change in my life. It takes a few months to become a healthy habit. Once "mastered", I move onto a new change-while keeping the habit I just developed. Those small changes have made big impacts in my life.

They have led to a 40+ pound loss. I'm not one of those people who loose a 100 pounds in 10 months. I'm fine with that because I'm one of those people who has lost weight and not gained it back. That's my victory.


So, it's a new year. A clean slate. I'm ready to take on a new change. What about you?

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  • ALEZHANDRIA
    emoticon It's the consistent building of habits, rather than the radical life altering changes that get us where we're going in the long term. Best of luck as you dictate all to come on your clean slate. emoticon
    2286 days ago
  • no profile photo CD7773457
    emoticon emoticon I too love the small steps that lead to big changes. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2289 days ago
  • LEXIE63
    Sounds good to me. Resolutions tend to set you up for disaster, but small changes and making them part of your lifestyle tend to work. Plus you don't have to wait for a specific date to make the changes. :-)
    Enjoy writing on your clean slate. :-)
    2290 days ago
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