All things on earth have weight; it can be as insignificant as a dried leaf on the pavement, or as much as you can imagine packing into a luggage for a winter’s holiday. When insignificant, it doesn’t feel like much. It’s sometimes hard to notice when things start to weigh in.
Ever recalled that event, where weight is an issue? Or the one when it’s the opposite? Scale up happens not only to events, but also to our efforts and how we feel. What was changed on the scale necessarily changes the results, doesn’t it? Not exactly. Many a time we probably get suggestions on how to keep that weight away – eat less, exercise more, eat meal substitutes. Does it work for you the way you want it to? We scale up our activities, in hope of getting better results. Yet our feelings can scale the other way when the effort does not equate to the results.
With so many sources of information online on getting an ideal weight and keeping it, inadvertently the world seems to tie a value to looking good. We all deserve to, and it will probably be essential to look out for the warning signs:
- Poor focus
- Feeling bored, lethargic
- Losing weight too quickly
- Falling sick more easily