You know whats neat? I don’t know this from personal experience, but I hear that nutritional supplements give you energy, and that’s neat. It’s particularly neat, because I’m tired, and I still have lots to do. I know from personal experience that coffee and chocolate are energizing, and they taste better. I also have them right here in the house with me. Hmmm.
Of course, one might also argue on the side of adequate sleep for energizing one.
This post brought to you by the number 24 (hours in my day) and the letter t, o and o (much to do).
Okay, what good is a blog if you do a bit of shameless self promotion? Of course, it;s even better if you can also plug a great cause at the same time. On the 13th of October I am walking in the The Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk. I’m also organizing it, and acting as a team captain. You already know what’s coming next, right?
Just go ahead, click the banner and get it over with.
I don’t want enough to finance the latest in gold jewelry; just a few bucks will make me happy.
Here is a selection of diet tips to help you stay on a diet:
1. Drink eight (8) oz. glasses of water daily.
2. Keep track of your progress by using a weight loss log.
3. Variety may be the spice of life, but it also can be the downfall of a good diet. Stick to pre-planned healthier foods.
4. Eat smaller meals throughout the day rather then larger meals.
5. Exercise three times/week.
6. Eat slowly, let your appetite catch up with your food intake.
7. If you do break your diet one day, get right back on it.
8. Stay away from starvation diets.
9 . Balanced eating works better in the long run.
I don’t think there are any earth-shatterers here, most of it is pretty standard wight-loss advice. What makes it so neat is that I found it on a site that also sells hydroxycut. I thought it was pretty cool that they aren’t telling people to just take the pills, ykwim?