Personally, I don’t think that not being able to keep New Year’s Resolutions is enough of a reason not to make any. I know that I am always the most motivated to make changes in my life at this time of year, and even if it doesn’t continue, I still make baby steps! So this year I’m ready for Trim Healthy Mama.
Last year I used The Daniel Plan and made some healthy changes in my eating habits. The best thing was that I added some new foods to my diet and learned how to cook and prepare them. I even lost 10 pounds the first month I used the plan! I wasn’t consistent, though, and gained some of the weight back. I’m going to blame it on my age and changing metabolism. (I turned 44 today.)
I’ve been watching the Trim Healthy Mama crowd from afar for about 2 years. I’m a part of a Newbie THM Facebook group and even have a Trim Healthy Mama Pinterest board!
But I’ve never read the book. I checked it out from the library last year, and renewed it twice (kept it for 9 weeks) without hardly cracking it open. The huge 500-page book totally intimidated me!
But, now the THM sisters have written a shorter, more accessible version of the book called Trim Healthy Mama Plan: The Easy-Does-It Approach to Vibrant Health and a Slim Waistline, and I’m now into the 3rd chapter.
May I encourage you to join me? We can make some healthy changes together. The Kindle version of Trim Healthy Mama Plan: The Easy-Does-It Approach to Vibrant Health and a Slim Waistline
is only $13.99. (You don’t need a Kindle in order to read a Kindle book–just download the free app for your device or computer.) And the paperback book is on sale for $12.49!
Let’s get healthier in 2016. My next Resolution post will focus on exercise. We can do it!
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Christina @ Martha, Martha says
Ok, I’ll be watching for your review, success, challenges…failures?? I too have been eyeing the THM crownd, curious but skeptical. I can’t believe it works, but it seems to. My health/food goal has been 100 Days of No Eating Out! I hoped it might also benefit the waitsline, but no such luck yet.
Wow–that’s a hard challenge! I gave up fast food for lent (40 days) one year and it didn’t make a difference on my waistline either. 🙂