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DAY #72 RENEW YOUR VISION - ROUND 2

There are times when I am in a slump; having a setback. I feel totally overwhelmed; both physically and mentally exhausted. This is a mild depression kind of thing for me that I periodically deal with. This weight loss journey can be sooooo hard! It gets tough at times to stay focused on a goal that seems soooooo far away. However, I never really lose sight of my commitment! It's just a setback like we talked about yesterday.

I am a firm believer in what I call "Mental Health Days". Using the gift of time to regain my strength. During this time I spend extra time on SP reading different blogs and articles. The positive flow from them energizes me and enables me to move forward again.

I would love to do a Vision Board, but I have to say I have had very little success in putting one together. I don't own a ton of magazines and I just can't seem to find the right pictures/words that are appropriate for a woman in my age group. After all, those body pictures of 20 year old models are days long gone for me!



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Day 72 - Renew your vision





Always hold a vision of the outcome you want. Imagine having more energy, moving easier and enjoying better health. Picture easily sliding into an airline seat or getting up off the floor from playing with your kids or grandkids. Let these images sustain you, even during times when you take a break to rest and recover.

Today

• Create a vision in the space below. Add images and words that show the outcomes you want.
• Describe how you will feel when you reach these outcomes.
• Review your vision at the end of the day and record your response to it.

I’m still in a slump and my SparkPeople spark isn’t very bright right now but I’m giving myself time to work through this setback and recovery period. So, thinking about my vision at this time is a good positive topic for me to think about.

I express my vision of what I want to achieve through my blogs, my Spark teams, and my “NOW” Plan that I have written. Graphic images, affirmations, and quotations help inspire me.

At the beginning of my Spark journey, it was all about focusing on my physical body and fixing my health problems of high blood pressure, cholesterol, and pre-diabetes. My vision at that time had me reviewing my lab results with my doctor in his office and he was telling me that I no longer had high blood pressure, my cholesterol was in a normal range, I was no longer pre-diabetic, and I had lost weight. This vision became a successful reality over a 3-month period as I started eating healthy and exercising. I can still see the happy, pleased expression on my doctor’s face as he complimented and congratulated me for the steps I had taken as he patted my shoulder. He said he wished all his patients took his advice so seriously and took the steps to improve their health. I left that doctor’s appointment with a happy smile on my face and started thinking about what I would do next...Yes, I would continue to work hard to lose more weight.

During my weight loss stage, I began thinking about adding strength training and muscle toning to my exercise plan. My vision of getting physically stronger and toning my muscles came from the Callanetics DVD images I viewed as I did the Callanetics exercises. This is an ongoing vision and I continue to work on muscle strength and muscle toning.

Since I left the weight loss stage and entered the maintenance stage, my vision expanded to focus on appreciating the total weight loss experience of “Mind, Body, and Spirit”. My vision of what I want to achieve is a “work in progress” and is being developed as I experience the up and down weights as I live this maintenance stage. I express some of my thinking in my day-to-day writing on the 100 Days of Weight Loss Team. I write my thoughts in text but I also include many graphic images and motivational thoughts to keep my vision alive on each day.

I keep an image in my mind that my body is firm, fit, and thriving.



I read affirmations to keep positive thoughts and images in my mind.



Weight Loss Affirmations

1. Every day, in every way, I am becoming a better me.
2. I am discovering delicious new foods that make me healthier.
3. Achieving my weight loss goal becomes easier every day.
4. I am grateful to have a body capable of exercising.
5. I am proud of myself for choosing a healthier lifestyle.
6. I am surrounded by people who encourage and support me.
7. After a hard workout I feel incredibly proud of my accomplishment.
8. I am always focused on feeling good about myself.
9. Becoming fit gives me a more positive outlook on life.
10. Every cell in my body feels energetic and healthy.
11. I am delighted that my clothes are beginning to fit better.
12. I am discovering muscles I didn’t know I had.
13. I am beginning to see a new, leaner me in the mirror.
14. Fitness is becoming a passion that I enjoy.
15. Everywhere I look I find others excited about losing weight.
16. It’s easy to find quick ways to burn extra calories every day.
17. Losing weight makes me feel more confident and comfortable in my own skin.
18. My excess fat is melting away to reveal my strong, lean muscles.
19. The slim inner me is joyfully emerging.
20. I am giving myself the strong, healthy body I deserve.
21. I am grateful for my body and all the ways it serves me.
22. I let go of all urges to criticize my body.
23. I allow myself to acknowledge that I am worthy.
24. I deserve to live a happy, healthy life.
25. I have the power to change my mind and change my life.
26. I choose to eat healthy foods that make me stronger and leaner.
27. I appreciate my commitment to do something good for me.
28. I enjoy being in control of what I eat.
29. I choose progress over perfection, and I am at peace.
30. Every day I feel lighter, slimmer, and more energetic.
31. I am learning to love my body and myself unconditionally.
32. I can always resist poor eating habits when I choose to.
33. I believe in me.
34. I love how good my body feels when I exercise.
35. I appreciate myself for honoring and nurturing my body.
36. I am creating a body that I enjoy living in.
37. I celebrate the joy of feeling more vital, alive, and attractive.
38. My body is firm, fit, and thriving.
39. Eating healthy is becoming easy because I love how it makes me feel.
40. I am falling in love with my new body and my new life





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Day 72 Renew your vision

Always hold a vision of the outcome you want. Imagine having more energy, moving easier and enjoying better health. Picture easily sliding into an airline seat or getting up off the floor from playing with your kids or grandkids. Let these images sustain you, even during times when you take a break to rest and recover.

Today

• Create a vision in the space below. Add images and words that show the outcomes you want.
• Describe how you will feel when you reach these outcomes.
• Review your vision at the end of the day and record your response to it.



• Create a vision in the space below. Add images and words that show the outcomes you want.

I have the same vision as Linda

My vision is to reach and maintain a healthy weight long-term. I also want to feel healthy and strong with good exercise endurance as well as flexibility.
I will be exercising almost daily and following a healthy eating plan 95% of the time.

• Describe how you will feel when you reach these outcomes.

I will feel wonderful, in control of my choices, and living a healthy life that gives me maximum opportunities and enjoyment.

• Review your vision at the end of the day and record your response to it.

It all sounds wonderful. I have reached my goal weight once and stayed there for 6 months in 2011. I usually live 10 - 20 pounds above my goal weight. It is not only about goal weight, but about the accompanying health and fitness. I know maintenance is hard, I want to this year reach goal weight and implement the process of maintenance and sustain the effort of staying there.

Edited by: JUNEPA at: 6/15/2019 (09:11)
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Where you end up is more important than how fast or where you start out.
- Improved fitness and nutrition, energy and confidence are my rewards.
It is our choices...that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.
A PH (personal high) is the main goal, a PB is the sometime icing on the cake.
Never underestimate the inevitability of gradualness.
Sopra le nebbie delle valle e le vicende della vita sorge una promessa di luce e serenita.


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I've never made a vision board, but after looking at the examples posted here on this thread, I can see how looking at one every day would definitely keep your goals on your mind. I would choose the themes of de-cluttering (simplicity), gratitude, staying informed, nurturing social "capital", buying and eating responsibly, and mental and physical fitness. It would be interesting trying to find pictures for some of those concepts.

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Day #72 Renew your vision
I have been making vision boards for years and it is definitely time to make a new one.
As seasons change, as I start new challenges and when a change is needed it seems time to change my vision.
Vacation is over so my new vision page will focus on summer finds from the Farmer’s Market, riding my bicycle and looking for new adventures.

This is my first Sparkpeople Vision board!


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Gill mentioned vision boards in her email this morning. Reminded me that I have not created a new one in quite sometime. I think it is 'time!' too. As our goals change our visions change too - plus it's fun to make one.

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Imagine going to bed later tonight and reflecting on the day, feeling totally satisfied with the choices you made. What small steps can you make today to end the day with satisfaction?
Water 8+, IF, WFPB, LCHF, Daily Cardio, ST 3-4x/week, meditate, Sleep 7+

~ Top 10 reasons to reaserch nutrition and apply knowledge ~
1. Optimal health and prevention for independent self-care
2. Strong visible muscles and feel confident in any situation
3. Learning new healthcare skills and self-care routine
4. Identify root of the problem - then heal and move on
5. Slips okay! one food item - back to plan (monitor carefully)
6. Peaceful relationship with food
7. Limit cravings and sabotaging thoughts
8. Improve self-reflection and meditation techniques
9. Ability to set goals then break into small steps to achieve
10. Say "no" once while shopping -
- - - instead of "no" multiple times at home




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100 More DWL, Day 72 Renew your vision

Always hold a vision of the outcome you want. Imagine having more energy, moving easier and enjoying better health. Picture easily sliding into an airline seat or getting up off the floor from playing with your kids or grandkids. Let these images sustain you, even during times when you take a break to rest and recover.

Today

• Create a vision in the space below. Add images and words that show the outcomes you want.
• Describe how you will feel when you reach these outcomes.
• Review your vision at the end of the day and record your response to it.

Here are reasons WHY I want to change and want to reach and maintain my goal weight:
Be as healthy as possible and feel better physically.
To make nutritious food choices.
I want to lower my blood pressure and get off blood pressure medicines.
Feel more confident and have self-respect.
Able to move more freely.
Be physically fit.
To have more energy and live a fulfilling life.
Avoid looking for sturdy chairs without arms.
Be a role model for my grandchildren.
Take walks with Hubby and dog.
To walk without a cane or a walker.
To stride or saunter instead of struggling, slogging or waddling.
To exercise and still be able to breathe.
To do yoga, dance or Zumba.
Have my long neck back and only one chin.
Cross my legs at the knee.
Get into and out of the bathtub.
Get up and down off the floor with ease.
Improved appearance.
To live a healthy lifestyle.
To have a commitment to CONSISTENT self-care.
To appreciate and be kind to myself and my body.
To practice positive self-talk.
To have stronger muscles.
To have more control of my body movements.
Shop anywhere for attractive clothing that I like.
Wear a swimsuit or skinny dip instead of chunky dunking.
Wearing clothing that fits.
Feel proud of myself.
Look into the mirror with confidence.
Avoid becoming a diabetic.
I want to live longer than my siblings and parents.
Have photos taken and feel like smiling.
Feel feminine, sexy and have sex with ease.
Able to do my own toenails.
To turn over easily in bed.

Why do I feel strongly about these reasons? Some of the reasons themselves are self-explanatory. Mainly to be a better, healthier person who appreciates and is grateful daily for what my body can do. I want this for myself.

What will be easier after I reach my weight goal? Wow! Countless things. Mostly being able to have stamina and be able to move AND breathe easily. Will my happiness improve? Undoubtedly all of my mental health will improve if I follow through to reach my goals.

People who are committed to losing weight

1. Stick with their plans no matter what
2. Take action whether they feel like doing it or not
3. Assume that if they stay motivated, results will follow
4. Take responsibility for their own actions
5. Keep going in spite of challenges and setbacks

I am TOTALLY committed!
1. Stick with their plans no matter what: Reaching my goal WILL happen.
2. Take action whether they feel like doing it or not: Do what needs to be done even if I don't want to.
3. Assume that if they stay motivated, results will follow: It's only a matter of time.
4. Take responsibility for their own actions: I'm fully accountable for all my choices.
5. Keep going in spite of challenges and setbacks: Kept going in spite of chronic daily pain.

I can do it because...I am determined to reach my goal.
I can do it because...I am committed and focused.
I can do it because...I am healthy and energetic.

My Goals:
1. Workout early each morning.
2. Eat within my calorie range.
3. Eat more freggies.
4. Stay focused on positive self-talk.
5. Track my meals, water, exercise and sleep.
6. Log into Spark People daily. I like my Streaks.
7. Support other Sparkers and interact with Teams for mutual support.
8. Make rest and sleeping a priority.
9. Stay focused on reaching my weight and exercise goals.
10. Maintain this lifestyle and healthy choices for the rest of my life

My Program:
Meditation and prayer
Positive self-talk
Taking the time I need to refuel my spirit.
Becoming my highest, best self.
Working out five times a week: walk, swim, strength training, and flexibility.

I feel good about renewing my vision. I know I can do this!

Joy is a Choice. Choose joy moment by moment.

When all else fails, persistence prevails.

Injoy:) Carolyn

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Day #72 Renew Your Vision

I know all about Vision Boards and I have read about how beneficial they can be - a Visual Prompt for when the going gets tough. I am actually a very visual type of person. I understand things a lot better when I can "see" what you are talking about, directions, plans, etc. So you would think I would love this idea of a Vision Board. I DO NOT!

I have attempted to start a Vision Board a couple of times without success. Where on earth do people get all of the pictures, verses, etc. to put on their boards. I found it extremely frustrating. It seemed to involve buying multiple magazines and even then I couldn't find much of what I was looking for. I had better luck with the Words, but the Pictures were not my vision at all. There are very few pictures of people my age in magazines! Eventually I gave up and dumped all of the magazines in the recycle bin. Even if I did succeed in finally putting a Board together, what would I do with it them? Where would I put it? Most certainly not where everyone else could see it! So if I can't see it, it will not serve it's purpose.

For me the Vision will need to just be in my head. It reminds me of what we all do at the beginning of the year. After resting through the month of December, we renew our determination with a FRESH LOOK at what goals we want to achieve in the upcoming year.

We can actually do this at any time of the year. I will be dong this in mid-September when I get back home from vacation.

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I have never done a vision board with pictures like y'all have done. I LOVE them! I'm inspired... sounds like a fun weekend project for me, and maybe my family if I can get then interested... most likely my daughters will, probably not hubby or sons, but I shall see.

Today

• Create a vision in the space below. Add images and words that show the outcomes you want.
bod goals:

to wear clothes from one of my favorite catalogs in smaller sizes so I love they way I look in them:

this is a word board I made a long time ago on my computer... advantages of losing weight a-la me.

• Describe how you will feel when you reach these outcomes.
Amazing!
• Review your vision at the end of the day and record your response to it.

Edited by: OHANAMAMA at: 8/29/2018 (12:18)
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What great testimonials there are here for the power of vision boards. I guess it's about turning our 'minds' to what we really want - I'm so happy to be working on my new one. My last one totally came true! - Teeth sorted, boyfriend appeared (even if it was temporary!), new home appeared, living by the sea manifested itself, being safe and secure was taken care of, money appeared just when I needed it.

I'm excited to create my next adventure!

Gill

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I so believe in the power of vision boards. I made this one long ago after reading "The Spark" because the founder of Spark shared of it's benefits in his life. I was still working long hours and getting certified to teach yoga seemed remote, even impossible for many reasons. It has been very inspiring to me and helped me to stay positive and to reach goals.

I just noticed after clearing away the many added notes and sayings I have stuck all over it that that there is a picture of a dog. Crazy thing is after retiring 4 years ago DH and I said no more dogs for us but DS has been out of the country for 2 years and guess who has his dog that looks very much like the one in the picture and there's No way would we give him up now.

There are still several things left on my board to do. Playing tennis again would involve a knee replacement but I still hope to do them all. Another interesting thing is years ago when I worked so hard and finally broke into a new weight range after plateauing for so long I posted that hard fought for weight at the top of my board. I was so happy. Now it looks high to me.

As I kept working towards my goal weight, I put the lowest weight I would like to be beneath it and when I feel disappointed or discouraged to not be or staying there, just remembering the success I felt at the higher weight and how thrilled I was never fails to give me a boost and make me feel positive and to realize how far I have come. emoticon

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Day #72 Renew your Vision

I had planned to make a vision board for summer and now fall is nearly here. Enough with the procrastinating I WILL start my Fall vision board today!

I do think that visual prompts help us reach our goals. I have a little sign on my kitchen window sill that says, "Love never Fails"...it has been there for about 40 years (actually on several sills in several homes). Everyday it reminds me to be kind and loving....believe me, everything I give comes back to me from somewhere.

I also used affirmations taped to the refrigerator, my walls, at my bedside, etc when I decided to go to college at age 44. I made it through commuting, getting up at 4:30 a.m to study, all those sciences with fellow students who took the same ones in high school a year or two before. My few high school sciences were nearly 30 years behind me!

I had the vision and seeing those affirmation helped me push on.

My vision board will include managing my MG, eating a healthy anti-inflammatory diet that is recommended for people with autoimmune diseases, moderate exercise, a healthy BMI, reaching my goal weight which is now only 3.8 pounds away, and doing all that surrounded by the love and support of family, friends, and sparkers.

Edited by: LIVINTODAY at: 8/28/2018 (10:12)
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Day #72 Renew your vision
My August vision was all about traveling experiences and it was great.
My September vision will be focused on home and health.

My vision will include my continued quest for a healthy BMI number.
My vision includes getting extra exercise in every way possible.
My vision includes planning meals and sticking to the plan, extra water & yoga.


September vision


Edited by: MAWMAW101 at: 8/30/2018 (09:33)
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Vision boards work! Years ago I wanted a Volkswagen Beetle. I cut a picture out of a magazine and put it on my wall at work. Every morning I looked at that picture and thought some day I will drive that. It happened!
I had of picture of me in my younger years when I was thinner, and I put it on my refrigerator. Every time I opened or walked by the fridge, I would remind myself to eat healthy. I’m going to look for another picture!
Thanks for the reminder ........yes vision boards do work!

One day at a time!


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I haven't created a new vision board in awhile. Here is some of what I will include:





some pictures of our dream home

ziplining

hot air ballooning

and perhaps a glider

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That's great, Maribeth.

I have a new vision board under construction. It has words like

Yoga
Fun
Joy
Adventure
Outdoors
Local
Health
Love
Time to enjoy
Chill

I acknowledge that I need to prioritize the time I give to exercise and diet. These are crucial to my well-being as I get older.



I notice I also placed Xmas there - Xmas is always an 'issue' for me, and I want to get it right this year!

Edited by: SWEETENUFGILL at: 8/29/2018 (04:21)
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Day 72 Renew vision board to overcome plateaus and get motivated
BIG kitchen wall calendar for daily weights, food intake and inspiring notes

emoticon emoticon emoticon BMI 37 - 23.5

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Day 72 Renew your vision

Always hold a vision of the outcome you want. Imagine having more energy, moving easier and enjoying better health. Picture easily sliding into an airline seat or getting up off the floor from playing with your kids or grandkids. Let these images sustain you, even during times when you take a break to rest and recover.

Today

• Create a vision in the space below. Add images and words that show the outcomes you want.
• Describe how you will feel when you reach these outcomes.
• Review your vision at the end of the day and record your response to it.

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