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try everything but not commiting

Monday, October 02, 2017

i heard an advertisment on the radio for a diet product that really works because the person said they "tried everything" . my first thought was the person half assed everything but was not patient or commited to anything.

i can relate to that. i am a dabbbler. i try stuff all the time. I need to but the mental planning and energy into making a good plan, sticking with it and not making bs excuses.

there is more on my mind on this topic, but i will ponder it while cleaning something.
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    I'm a dabbler also, which can be good. Trying different things is a good thing. But finding the right fit then sticking with it is even better!
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    875 days ago
    quick fixes are always tempting
    876 days ago
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    I think most of us are dabblers looking for the quick fix until we fully commit to actually making change. Once you commit to change it does lead to a long term plan and lots of small changes along the way.
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    We are all in this together now. We can do this!!!
    877 days ago
    Its about making long term changes, not quick fixes.
    877 days ago
    One way to lose with little work is fasting, it needs some careful planning if you want to do a long fast, I just fast for about 24 to 33 hours! This way I don't get a headache as when I tried a fast of longer duration. Hope you find something that works for you!
    878 days ago
    Ah yes, always the hunt for the elusive "quick fix". Bah! Doesn't work that way, does it!
    878 days ago
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