Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Dieting On A Dime

I skimmed USA Today yesterday as part of my information junkie habit. With access to the internet via computer and smart phone as well as the old fashioned news print, I'm usually all over information. Part of the issue is that the brain is a sponge to be encouraged to absorb more and more. As long as it's fostered to learn you can take in a lot of stuff I like to keep mine working like that.

So as I'm checking the purple section, I stop on an article called “Dieting On A Dime” about low cost alternatives to the endless diet plans and exercise contraptions that we're constantly exposed to on TV and the web. Reading that piece got me thinking about how the Law of Attraction could play a part in a persons health and wellness.

You see, I came to the Law of Attraction via Rhonda Byrne's “The Secret” for which I will be eternally grateful. In “The Secret” there is a section that deals with using the Law to reshape your body. Ms. Byrne had an easy time to get back to her healthy weight, but there are people like me that will take a different route to manifest our way to health. I firmly believe that's why this article ended up in USA Today and found its way to me. As stated before, that newspaper is usually a quick skim, but this article jumped out.

Due to the economic crisis our country and the world finds itself in, extra money for a gym or diet program that depends on you buying their brand of nutrition is elusive. So those of us with a little extra poundage to lose in order to take care of the vessel of our spirit have manifested an article with information that will help us get to where we need to be. The interior pages of the article asked questions that would be a fit for a great number of people and situations. Do you want to eat breads? Do you like fish and lean meat more than pasta? Do you like the occasional wine? Resources are provided to tailor your situation and your health plan. You can see what I'm raving about by clicking here . Further in the article, you'll see links to calorie counters, recipes, nutrition advice and more.

This is not me being a shill for the newspaper. I believe there are lots of us that vibed this information into being. Which means I owe you gratitude for helping to create something I wanted to see. With this kind of cooperation, we can change things.

What should we do next?

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