The power of observation

In my 30’s my life was out of balance.

One time, after hiking, a friend showed me a little waterfront cottage that was for rent.

I said, “I need to live here”.

During the years I lived there I developed the most important relationship of my life.

That was the relationship with me.

A tool that helped me was my journal.  I found power and insight from writing things down.

From my journal I could observe what was out of balance so I could give it my attention.

Often, it’s hard to see what’s out of balance and needs our attention.

Especially when it comes to weight loss.

If our clothes don’t fit or we don’t like what we see in the mirror, we think:  “I have to go on a diet”.

But what if dieting has stopped working?  Maybe it’s time to step back and observe habits instead.

Maybe some habits are good.  Maybe some aren’t so terrific.

If you’re interested in giving this a try, I’ve got a great system to help you see what’s out of balance.  You can get that system for free at:  healthymethodswellness.com/system

Until next time,


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