Word Wabbit has been going through an existential crisis. When you find yourself asking the big “Why?” every day, the search for answers becomes a bit pressing. When my “to do” list reached 100 items, I suddenly wondered why do any of it. The list will continue to grow, and I can’t tell that I’m getting anywhere. So I went searching for inspiration and this is what I found.
First I want to say thank you and welcome to the new followers who have shown up recently.
This is not a diet blog, but I have been making discoveries lately about diet that I don’t want to flee my consciousness because they seem to be key.
- Get aerobic exercise (25 minutes in evening; 25 minutes in morning). Perspire.
- Avoid dairy.
- Avoid sugar.
- Avoid flour.
- Eat green veggies.
- Eat eggs and salmon.
- Be nice to yourself.
- Repeat every day; measure in a month.
- Focus on the process—not the result.
- Trust the process.
I have lost 25 pounds doing basically this. I have not been perfect. Just like in meditation, when my focus wanders, I gently guide myself back to my intention. Just like in meditation, I forgive myself for losing focus and simply try again. When I can maintain this for several days at a stretch, I feel energetic and happy.