Author Archives: Lisa Vermillion

Perception Affects Your Pounds -Part 2

In the introduction yesterday, I said that self perception, however accurate or inaccurate,  affects the number on the scale.  Perception affects your actions and inaction. People with a poor self image tend to eschew the activities that keep them at a healthy weight in favor of a plethora of activities that keep them in an…

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Perception Affects Your Pounds

Yep you heard me right, your perception affects your pounds, the number on the scale, how much you weigh.  Your views of yourself and your world directly correspond to the number of pounds on your body.  You see for many people, their self-view  affects how they take care of their body.  If I don’t feel…

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Perception Affects Your Pounds- Part 3

In the previous two posts we learned that self perception affects your health.  When you feel good, you’re more likely to participate in activities that lead to a healthy body.  We also learned that often inaccurate perception is adapted when we believe what someone else says about us.  Today lets talk about a better basis…

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3 Steps to Sticky New Year’s Resolutions – Part 3

I want to help you  make resolutions you can follow through on and thus experience success this year.  We’ve discovered that designing sticky resolutions requires aligning your goal with your values so that the goal is meaningful and strong and that it’s written down so you can refer to it regularly.  Today I’m sharing step…

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Sticky New Years Resolutions Part 2

In Part 1 we talked about the first step in making resolutions stick by creating goals  that match your values.  Today about I want to address another very practical and NECESSARY step if you’re serious about making your resolutions into reality. It is ESSENTIAL that you write down your goals and refer to them regularly. …

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Sticky New Years Resolutions. Part 1

Making New Year’s resolutions has almost become a joke.  People make them with the expectation that they probably won’t stick to their resolve.  Some people start out with every good intention, but then fall off the wagon in a short time.  The reason people are unsuccessful is that their goals are unclear, have no solid…

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Setbacks or Solutions

I love this! Any goal worth having is worth pursuing. Whether it’s weight loss, finances, career, or relationships.   Most people get bogged down in the setback and, instead of looking for a solution, just give up.  I want you to understand my friend, just because you haven’t gotten there doesn’t mean you can’t or…

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Weight Loss Today.

For 17 years I’ve been a Weight and Lifestyle Management Coach.  I’ve taught thousands of people proper nutrition  and coached them to recognize and overcome obstacles   Because I’ve been there myself, It’s my desire to help you feel well, so you can be well and be everything you were created to be. I love…

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Handling Holiday Stress Part -3

We’ve talked about planning and prioritizing as part of the formula that helps you keep weight off during the holidays. now lets talk about passing some things on. Delegate some responsibilities to family members or to co- workers.  Ok so it might not get done the way you would have done it, learn to let…

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Handling Holiday Stress- Part 2

As we mentioned yesterday, a key to maintaining weight loss during the holidays is managing the stress that comes along with this joyous season.  Yesterday we talked about planning, today we’ll discuss prioritizing. We have so many choices about how we spend our time during the holiday seasons. Prioritize by focusing on your values.  For example,…

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