So? What is it for YOU?
Who cares what others say or think? Who cares what is important to others. What is important to YOU?
Is it a clothes size? A waist measure? The blinking numbers on your scale?
I do not know since I do not know you personally but keeping track of what is important to us is always a great Idea.
Folks are you familiar with the book “The Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy? If you are you know how important tracking is,
and if you are not I hope you will take a small piece of advice from me and get you this book. You can get it on audio form or e-book or print form.
Regardless of how you choose to get it you will get information that will help you accomplish any goal you are working on.
A most valuable resource.
Tracking what we eat, our progress, our needed steps, etc., will keep the goal ever-present.
Define what matters to you. Define what it is that you have to do and go for it.
OK. As promised a little bit on food. For those of us that have undergone Weight Loss Surgery (WLS) or those
that are thinking of getting it done here is some insight.
Due to the reduced space for food to go trough on the way to the stomach., the consistency of food must always be taken into consideration
when prepping and when cooking. A small dice will work for most once we get past the initial stage after the surgery.
Make sure you invest in a good quality knife and that it is maintained sharp and always at the ready.
Chewing is the other part of the equation. Make sure that you spend enough time chewing on your food as to avoid getting stuck.
On this I have to add my personal challenge here. IF I allow myself to get too hungry I eat way too fast, and always end up
getting stuck and before long I am throwing up. A most unpleasant experience for those of us that had WLS.
All of the best to you and as always I wish you all the success in the world.
Jose G. Osuna