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Hello, Vibrant Reader!
The flowers and trees are springing to life here in Western Oregon, although over the past three days there have actually been snow showers across the region (!). In fact, it's the latest snowfall in recorded history. As the local TV weatherman said last night, Nature is coping with global warming and over-compensated in the Pacific Northwest... Great skiing! Nonetheless, the hardy daffodils and tulips seem invigorated by the cool temps--lasting way longer than they did last year when it was unseasonably warm in March.
Now is the time to review those new year's resolutions with the energies of spring, and perhaps gain a bit of energy and resolve to "get 'er done!" Swimming suit season is upon us, and those pesky weight loss decisions may be starting to weigh a bit heavily (ha!) on the shoulders... or hips... or butt.. BUT, the sun is shining, the air is fresh with the heady scents of new blooms, and it's hard to NOT go outside, take that walk around the block, and breathe in the newness!
In the Vibrant Living Tips this week, I've included "8 Tips for Thinking Thin," to help the mindset. Even if your resolutions have nothing to do with weight loss, these tips with modifications are useful for any motivational deficiencies. Don't keep those goals to yourself. Speak out loud about them, journal them, and partner up with a buddy to get them done. Any progress at all gets the morale pumping, and you'll feel like a winner. Also, read Charly Emery's new article about taking the grind out of work.
Consider getting our Life Energy Pack, for an overall boost to your energy, and check out our Intelligent Elixer Gem Elixirs--particularly read about Aquamarine and Topaz--great helpers for motivation and goal attainment.
Until next time...
In vibrant health,
8 Tips for Thinking Thin...
Motivation to lose weight often hits an all-time high when the first buds of spring pop out, signaling that bathing suit season is not far behind. And while there's no getting around the need to exercise and eat healthier, long-term weight loss starts in your head. Experts say that having the right attitude can help you think yourself thin.
1. Picture Yourself Thin. Visualize your future self, six months to a year down the road, and think of how good you'll look and feel without the extra pounds.
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