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The "OZ" Plan for Health and Holidays!


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#1 softeyes

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Posted 02 November 2015 - 09:34 PM

OMG!!! What is it, that those from "OZ" come up with the most hilarious ideas!!

 

This article is a funny read, about preparing for the holidays in November!!!

Article: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-11-03/new-year%27s-resolutions-november/6904924

 

A snippet!!

  1. Don't reverse engineer the damage. Don't quit booze and sugar now and then unleash over Christmas. Try and practice a bit of moderation throughout.
  2. Get real on food. Fact: you're going to overeat at some point. But that doesn't equate to a complete free-for-all. There's no need to have your nose in the trough 24/7, so be sensible. Christmas is one day - and the only time rum balls are an acceptable breakfast food.
  3. Plan ahead to keep moving. Let's be realistic - most of us won't stick to our regular workout schedule when we're out of our routine. Instead, have an exercise plan in your head in advance. Where will you be? What type and amount of exercise can you realistically do? A long walk on the beach or a swim, for example? Or you might walk to the restaurant or bar instead of taking a cab. Of course things always come up, but have a rough idea in your head, then commit to it.
  4. Think about the end game. Remember that scenario of February 1, 2016? Think about it in a little more detail now. What specifically does that look like and how does it make you feel? What would it mean to you if that were a reality? Get those answers clear in your mind because they're what will prevent you from going gung-ho when Gran whips out her Christmas cake.

Hilarious...the end game: Gran whips our her Christmas cake!!!!

 

An article which is perfect timing...READ IT!!!!

 

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Posted 02 November 2015 - 09:49 PM

 

  1. Don't reverse engineer the damage. Don't quit booze and sugar now and then unleash over Christmas. Try and practice a bit of moderation throughout.

Moderation? In Australia we have a drinking culture 6 cans of beer or a bottle of wine is a good start. Its almost un Australian to not drink.

 

 

Get those answers clear in your mind because they're what will prevent you from going gung-ho when Gran whips out her Christmas cake.

Knowing my granny, There is almost a bottle of rum in that cake, So driving after a slice is out of the question.






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