Yes, risk taking is inherently failure-prone. Otherwise, it would be called sure-thing-taking. ~Tim McMahon
Here's another one of the quotes I got off a website. I felt as though it fit my past and present and wanted to share it with you. With all of my previous "diets" I felt as though I was always taking a risk because it depended on me to carry it through and stay with it. To not get disappointed in the weight loss. To ignore my hungar. I wansn't able to do those things. I wasn't able to stay on my "diet."
When I began talking with Fawn, reading these other blogs, and praying about it I felt as though this plan here is a "sure-thing-taking." There was just something from the beginning telling me that I was going to be ok, content with amount and types of food I woudl be comsuming, that I would live this as my life, I would loose the weight, I would be committed to myself, my family, Fawn, and those of you who read my blog.
After I get to a desired point which hasn't been set yet most people have asked if I will go back to eating those unhealthier things that I have cleaned out of my cupboards on a regular basis. I will not. I desire to put the healthy food in my mouth. To eating as little processed food as possible. I desire to eat great tasting food. So I may add back in some healthy items that I'm not eating now. Such as white rice I can ad back in but I'm not eating it now because I'm trying to get as much fiber and eat as clean as possible.