I’m going to make a confession—I like to eat. No surprise there, I suppose, but part of that confession is that I like to eat foods that I know are absolutely no good for me. I’m not saying they are “bad” foods they just aren’t necessarily the best foods for us.
Those foods often lead us to negative thinking or “stinkin’ thinkin'” as some refer to it. Positive thinking can help us succeed so much better. I know that it isn’t always easy to think positively in regard to weight loss and health, but I truly believe it is a must if we intend to succeed!
Thoughts become things
The Law of Attraction is something that many people talk about. In today’s video, I talk a little about the Law of Attraction and how thoughts become things (Mike Dooley).
If the things we think about become real things, then I guess we better think good thoughts!
Personally, I like to tell myself that I am becoming more and more healthy every day. If I focus my attention on the positive instead of the negative, good will come my way.
I hope you enjoy today’s video. I also read a short selection from the book, “You are a Bada**”. It just seemed appropriate!
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Karin Nauber is a professional journalist who has worked in the newspaper business for the past 25 years. She is also a grandmother who, along with her spouse, is raising one of their granddaughters. Karin has nine grandchildren with whom she enjoys spending as much time as possible. Karin also was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes about 13 years ago and has faced many challenges with the disease. If you would like to contact her, please do so at email@example.com.