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Wouldn’t it be nice if someone would come up to us and say, “Here’s your weight loss boundaries! Follow them for x number of days and you’ll lose that weight pronto! Oh, and did I mention that it will be fun and easy?!”

Unfortunately, it doesn’t usually work that way. Instead, we read an article on the Internet of someone who lost a bunch of weight and think, Maybe that plan will work for me!

There’s just one problem. “The plan for me” changes from month to month or week to week or sometimes even day to day! Often, the problem isn’t that we don’t have a great plan–it’s that we have too many great plans and we don’t know which one to choose.

Let’s take a look at a few lies that keep us from choosing a plan. Then I’ll give you some questions to ask that will help you find your own plan.

Truth: If I love to eat, eat for emotional reasons, and am not opposed to eating large quantities of food, NO plan will be easy because I’ll want to break every plan that doesn’t allow me to eat what-I-want-when-I-want!

Truth: This is a sad truth, but here it is. Her plan’s not better, it’s just that she’s following it more carefully than we are. Or she’s exercising more. Or she has more weight to lose than we do so it’s coming off faster. Or she has a higher metabolism. (I told you it would be sad.)

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Wouldn’t it be nice if someone would come up to us and say, “Here’s your weight loss boundaries! Follow them for x number of days and you’ll lose that weight pronto! Oh, and did I mention that it will be fun and easy?!”

Unfortunately, it doesn’t usually work that way. Instead, we read an article on the Internet of someone who lost a bunch of weight and think, Maybe that plan will work for me!

There’s just one problem. “The plan for me” changes from month to month or week to week or sometimes even day to day! Often, the problem isn’t that we don’t have a great plan–it’s that we have too many great plans and we don’t know which one to choose.

Let’s take a look at a few lies that keep us from choosing a plan. Then I’ll give you some questions to ask that will help you find your own plan.

Truth: If I love to eat, eat for emotional reasons, and am not opposed to eating large quantities of food, NO plan will be easy because I’ll want to break every plan that doesn’t allow me to eat what-I-want-when-I-want!

Truth: This is a sad truth, but here it is. Her plan’s not better, it’s just that she’s following it more carefully than we are. Or she’s exercising more. Or she has more weight to lose than we do so it’s coming off faster. Or she has a higher metabolism. (I told you it would be sad.)

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Wouldn’t it be nice if someone would come up to us and say, “Here’s your weight loss boundaries! Follow them for x number of days and you’ll lose that weight pronto! Oh, and did I mention that it will be fun and easy?!”

Unfortunately, it doesn’t usually work that way. Instead, we read an article on the Internet of someone who lost a bunch of weight and think, Maybe that plan will work for me!

There’s just one problem. “The plan for me” changes from month to month or week to week or sometimes even day to day! Often, the problem isn’t that we don’t have a great plan–it’s that we have too many great plans and we don’t know which one to choose.

Let’s take a look at a few lies that keep us from choosing a plan. Then I’ll give you some questions to ask that will help you find your own plan.

Truth: If I love to eat, eat for emotional reasons, and am not opposed to eating large quantities of food, NO plan will be easy because I’ll want to break every plan that doesn’t allow me to eat what-I-want-when-I-want!

Truth: This is a sad truth, but here it is. Her plan’s not better, it’s just that she’s following it more carefully than we are. Or she’s exercising more. Or she has more weight to lose than we do so it’s coming off faster. Or she has a higher metabolism. (I told you it would be sad.)


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