The One Who Tries, Never Fails

“You cannot take your boat across the sea

If you are afraid of the waves,

The one who tries

Never fails.

The tiny ant carries a small grain in its mouth,

Climbs up on the wall, slips and falls a hundred times,

The determination in the mind fills your body with courage,

Then climbing up and falling down does not hurt,

Ultimately, its (the ant’s) efforts do not go waste,

The one who tries

Never fails.

The diver dives into the water of the sea,

He returns empty handed a number of times,

Not easy it is to find a pearl in the deep waters,

But this in turn doubles his enthusiasm,

His hands are not empty every time,

The one who tries

Never fails.

Failure is a challenge, accept it,

Recognise your shortcomings, rectify them.

Till you are successful, shun rest and sleep,

Never run away from the battlefield of hard work,

You cannot get praise without working for it,

The one who tries

Never fails.”

– Harivansh Rai Bacchan

One Day at a Time

One pound at a time, one step at a time, one goal at a time. Believe in the person you want to become. Do your best, try to make choices that are healty, that make you feel good, choices that will lead you to success. Never give up!
Life is nothing but a series of good/bad choices, and the choices you make will define who you are, whether or not you achieve your desired goal and what you become.

Here’s To Your Success!

There’s a Right Time for Everything

Remember, it is okay to go through life at your own pace as long as you’re moving forward. Life is not just about working hard, it’s more about working smart, never giving up, striving to become better than you were yesterday and to achieve as much as possible.
It’s important to move at your own pace, instead of pressuring yourself into something you’re not ready for or capable of yet. Just do what you love to do, with passion, at your own pace, and you’ll end up where you’re heading.

Yes, it’s important to move forward in life but it’s also crucial to take time to relax, take your mind off things and do something for nothing’s sake.

Funny Diet Quotes

My grandmother used to say to me to look for humor in everyday life because life is too short to take it too seriously.
Besides that humor reduces stress, helps you cope with pain, it relaxes you, boosts the immune systemc, spreads happiness, cultivates optimism and much more.
G. K. Chesterton once wrote: “Angels can fly because they take themselves lightly.” And Proverbs 17:22 says that “a happy heart is good medicine.”
Keen sense of humor can also help you to overcome the obstacles on your weight loss journey.

Happy Weekend

After a long week of work it’s great to be able to get away and do something for your body, mind and soul. Here are a few simple ideas for taking care of yourself.

It doesn’t matter what you do or where you are as long as it brings you joy and takes your mind of everday worries.

Wishing you a lovely weekend!

Weight Loss Humor

I follow my heart and it led me to the fridge.
If we’re not meant to have midnight snacks, why is there a light in the fridge?

Exercise Motivation

Remember why you started, it will keep you going. Your ‘why’ will keep you going.

Weight Loss Tip

You can’t spot reduce, healthy eating is the only way to burn fat.
“Through clean eating and exercise, you can decrease your body fat and increase your lean muscle mass, which will lead to that “toned” look everybody wants.”

Put Your Body First

Your well being should be a priority in your life, because I strongly believe that the best gift you can give your family is a healthy you.

Read an article >>> I Finally Chose To Put My Body First And Here’s How I Did It

Action Is The Cure

When you’re feeling down, bored, sad or low, try to get up and get moving. I know it’s a lot getting out of bed on a low day, but if you don’t do it, you’re only going to feel worse. Speaking from experience, I can say that the hardest part for me when I feel down is getting dressed and going out of the house.
Moving doesn’t have to mean an hour of weight lifting exercise that leaves you sweaty and tired. You can start with a walk through the park, or going for a bike ride, or taking some time to stretch while you’re reading a book, or just going for an ice-cream. It doesn’t matter what you do as long as you’re moving your body. Movement stimulates your body’s natural feel-good chemicals called endorphins that provide a mood boost. And I’m sure you know that exercise increases energy levels, reduces stress and much more. Any kind of movement (exercise) can help a lot when you’re feeling down.

When you have a bad day, do something that makes you feel good and takes your mind off of things that are bothering you, stressing you out, or otherwise occupying your mind.