Achieve Natural Weight Loss and Get Magnificent Rewards!

Do You Want To Make Your Natural Weight Loss Journey More Pleasant and Rewarding?

There is a trick to making your weight loss journey more pleasant and more attainable.

At long last here are Positive Natural Weight Loss Achievement Strategies!

Set mini-goals, and then reward yourself when you meet them. Having little stops to celebrate along the way makes the journey more pleasant and successful.

Your goal on weight loss will be also more achievable. Come up with goals that are unique to you and the challenges you face with weight loss. Keep them realistic and varied. Track them closely. When you meet one of your mini-milestones on natural and healthy weight loss, give yourself a reward! Your rewards should be varied and unique to you.

Many aspects of dieting and natural weight loss are difficult such as:

* withstanding cravings,

* making food plans,

* resisting emotional eating,

* turning down food pushers, etc.

The more dieters do these things, the easier they become. This can only happen if you are able to give yourself credit or a positive reward.

For example, every time you resist a craving and praise yourself, you build up your confidence that you're capable of resisting cravings. This will increase the likelihood that you'll be able withstand the next craving that you encounter. This leads to natural weight loss which is easy and without any side effects.

If you can withstand a craving but do not credit yourself for it, then the next time you have a craving you won't be sure you'll be able to hold out and may struggle a lot more.

You need to give yourself credit for every positive diet and exercise-related behaviors you do in your natural weight loss project. For instance, you should reward yourself for the following: * Every time they stop eating before they're overfull,

* get back on track after straying,

* eat slowly and mindfully (Day 5), * do any kind of exercise,

You need to say, "Great," or "Good, I did it!" Many people who have struggled with their weight are hard on themselves and overly self-critical.

By consciously recognizing the dozens of things you do right each day, you build up your self-confidence and awareness that you're strong and in control. You will also notice that the things you consistently give yourself credit for (such as eating sitting down) become easier and easier to do.

This is no coincidence!

When you lose less than 5 pounds in your quest to achieve maximum natural weight loss, why not ...

* Sip on a cup of tea in the sun.

* Finish the day with a long, candlelit soak in the tub.

* Enjoy a leisurely Sunday morning.

* Take the phone off the hook and spend the morning in your pajamas reading a book or devouring a few magazines.

* Savor a celebratory glass of wine with dinner.

When you lose less than 10 pounds, why not ...

* Open a "pamper me" bank account.

* Splurge on bouquet of flowers just for you. * Take the time to give yourself a miniature, complete with a new shade of nail polish.

* Buy a relaxation tape and use it daily.

When you lose less than 45 pounds, why not ...

* Pay your neighbor's teenager to do your food shopping for you. Just make list and then relax.

* String a hammock up in the backyard and spend an afternoon napping in the sun.

* Phone your distant friends

* Enjoy a new hair cut or hair setting.

* Enjoy a pedicure or facial.

When you lose over 50 pounds, why not ...

* Devote the entire day to shopping spree for a new pair of shoes. * Splurge on bottle of expensive champagne.

* Take a short vacation with family.

* Throw a small party for friends and family.

Natural weight loss is achievable through commitment and per


Ben Semommung is a social worker, motivational speaker and an infopreneur. He owns http://www.instant-weight-loss-package.com . His home-based business opportunity is backed by a huge, publicly held company, Herbalife International, with offices in 63 countries. The company has been trading for 26 years and its unrivalled growth means that today its turnover is in excess of $3 billion dollars and growing.

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