Thursday, July 31, 2008
You can't do much about the color of your eyes or even the basic skeletal structure or body type you might have inherited but you can control your habits. When evaluating what you can control make sure you couch your assessment in a positive or at least objective fashion. For example, making derogatory statements about a specific body part such as your saggy rear end, won't encourage or motivate you to manage other behaviors that may contribute to your problem. Knowing that you may have a body type that will never allow for a small rear end but aiming to reshape the area through exercise and healthy eating can go a long way to establishing a more realistic and thus more attainable goal. Remind yourself that the process is more important than the outcome and you may be surprised at the final results.