Category: The Best Things In Life Take Work

There’s No Such Thing as Easy Weight Loss

I’m saying it right from the start. Stop looking for short cuts. You will only set yourself up for failure. Weight loss is a process of allowing your body to use appropriate fuels to power itself while also healing any damage from the inappropriate fuel sources you were previously using. Believing that you can heal your body in a few weeks after years of damage is unrealistic.

It is so important to be kind to yourself and your body during your weight loss. By beginning the process understanding that this will take a year or two, you prepare yourself for the challenges that will be in front of you.

You see, you will have to be prepared to eat well every day for the rest of your life. And you will need to be prepared to stick to your new eating habits at birthday parties, holidays, and anniversaries. You are not only solving some metabolic issues that brought you to this weight but also creating a new way of looking at food.

This is important. Our bodies are precious. You need to consider what you are using as fuel. Eating something that is nutrient poor because it tastes great still means that you just asked your body to manage a bunch of carbs that are toxic for a momentary taste satisfaction. Your body can only protect you by storing that as fat, which is expressly against the goal you seem to have for yourself.

If weight loss is truly your goal, you need to plan for better eating and understand what better eating truly is, in order to be successful. Prioritize your health and you will see success.

I work on being happy everyday because happiness is a journey. It would be my pleasure to help you work on being happy, one video at a time.

Thank you for watching!

Video

Audio

 

Please keep in mind that these videos are for educational purposes. I encourage everyone who wants to take action to find a psychologist to work with. Working with a psychologist is not only more efficient, but also keep in mind that a psychologist is trained to help people solve problems.

For those of you who enjoyed the video and would like to contribute to future productions, I would like to encourage you to visit my patreon. For your contribution you will have access to peer support in the private comment section and extra content not available on YouTube.

Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/VioletReveira

Any product links are Amazon Associate Links unless specifically stated. Purchases made through these links will result in commissions to support the production of future videos.

The Path of Least Resistance Hinders Success – Valuable Outcomes Take Work

Hard work. Something that many of us associate with school, career, and family life. We are taught that we need to put in effort to reap the rewards of life. But on a practical level, what we often see are people looking for the easy route. The “for Dummies” line of books is a perfect example. We want the answer pre-packaged and delivered to our door with no effort required. How does that affect our psyche?

Read more

Understand Your Passion – How to Find Interest in Life

What is interesting about people who are passionate about something, is that they can often tell you when they became involved in the cause or activity and why. That often gives us the mistaken idea that you need to already know that you are going to be super involved in something before you begin it. Interestingly, the average person engages in hobbies that are accessible to them. So, on some level, your opportunities to be passionate about something are going to be limited (initially) by what you have easy access to.

Read more

Working Hard to Achieve Your Goals – Uncertainty Is Addictive

When something is desirable and easy to attain, we do it. If something is desirable and hard to attain, we work for it. What happens if something is desirable, hard, and and possibly unattainable? We work even harder! Maybe is like an ignition button. It starts our desire to achieve. The more uncertain the desired outcome, the harder we work.

Read more