You are most likely spending 1 hour a day, or 3-5 hours a week working hard to achieve your weight loss goals. Of course, what you do at the gym is an integral part of looking and feeling better, but it is not THE deciding factor.
Fast forward a few hours. Husband chimes in with Hey Babe do you need me to help you get rid of those cookies. Oh no I'm found out he knows exactly what I've been doing.
Me: Yes please get rid of them, but let me have one more
Him: Okay I'll hide them
Me: You should probably throw them out
Him: Really? Can't I just hide them?
Me: No, I'll probably pull the kitchen apart looking for them.
Him: Okay :(
Me: In fact why don't you put them way down in the garbage with some other stuff on top of it.
Him: Really is it that bad?
Me: Yes for the love of god how can you not understand I need to eat them, I know I don't need them but I just can't stop myself.
Seriously this is all true stuff, except our conversation may have been a bit more colorful.
1. I've meet people that just keep doing what they've been doing. Always trying something new and they've kept moving. They haven't decided that age is going to stop them from living.
2. I've meet people that have decided I can't do that anymore I'm getting to old to Insert what every you find as enjoyment in here (hike, bike, swim, walk, run, travel, ski) These are the ones that have decided maybe conscious or unconsciously that they just can't anymore.
When does this start?