Lifestyle Changes

23 October 2012



I'm trying to make some lifestyle changes so i decided to take a Therapeutic Lifestyle Change (TLC) Class today at Naval Hospital Bremerton. The course was about healthy living and finding out what motivates us to make changes.

I've been trying to cut back on my portion sizes. I don't always eat twice in one setting. Maybe that's because my portion sizes are on the large side. I need to be more conscious when I'm eating.

I try to make sure that I'm eating at least two servings of fruit and vegetables per day. I'm not big on fruits and vegetables but I've been sticking to it for the last few weeks.

I live a sedentary lifestyle so it's time to increase my activity. I try to walk more. Even if it's just walking through the mall window shopping. It's hard to do that because I always end up buying something. lol

It's never to late to make lifestyle changes. It's just easier when your younger. Now that I'm sort of set in my ways it's more of a challenge for me. As long as i stay motivated i can stay on the right path.

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6 comments:

  1. You're making a great first start. I've been fairly active most of my life. For the past 2-years, I found riding my stationery bike in front of the TV to be a good way to get additional exercise without hurting my knees. The age factor sorta catches up with me at times. lol Best of luck to you in your new lifestyle changes. I think you'll be happy that you made the switch. Just remember doing nothing is always easy, so every day will feel like a challenge, but one with great rewards. Keep telling yourself, "One life, one body! Make the most of it while you can." Thanks for linking up with Wayback Wednesdays! Cathy Kennedy's Blog

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    1. Thanks for visiting my page Cathy. Im actually thinking about going to purchase a stationary bike. The weather is rainy and cold in WA right now so a stationary bike would be perfect for me right now.
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  2. It it really hard to make changes but with patience you can do it! Stick with it :)

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  3. Good luck to you as you continue making healthier choices.

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