“We gain the strength of the temptation we resist.” Ralph Waldo Emerson


How can we keep those resolutions? An article in Forbes reveals 5 key strategies:
1. Resist Temptation
2. Get Curious in Discomfort
3. Focus on Progress
4. Practice in the Now
5. Focus on Learning
For more information see the article:

Day5: Get your crock pot out, place a plain pork loin inside with 1/2 cup BBQ sauce inside and set on low.
Exercise: Strength Day: Repeat Day1 workout or go to a gym and take a strength class
Beverages: 1 cup black coffee (whenever you need it). Water with lemon/lime rest of day – at least 60 ounces, optional decaf green tea (no artificial sweeteners if possible)
Breakfast: ¾ cup plain or vanilla yogurt, add berries (1/4 cup) add granola (1/4 cup)
Snack: carrots and hummus
Lunch: Lunchmeat roll-ups, contents: Deli-turkey 1/4 lb., broccoli slaw (or chop up your own with carrots), avocado, sprouts, condiments as desired. add a gluten-free tortilla if desired, make 2 or 3 with your slices of turkey. 10 Sweet potato chips
lunchmeat rolls
Snack: ½ cup trail mix or a nutrition bar
Supper: Pork loin in crock pot, cook all day with some barbecue sauce, sweet potato, veggie stir-fry (use the majority of your vegetables that look as if they are going bad. Add some chicken broth, and soy sauce)

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