How often do you "vote for yourself," i.e., decide to make your needs a priority?
How often do you put yourself second, or third to others needs??
Remember that taking care of yourself means among other things, eating wisely, moving more, thinking first and taking time to attend your weekly meetings.
Getting the most out of life and the Weight Watchers program doesn't mean doing it at the expense of everyone else. The energy and inspiration you will get out of putting yourself first on the "ballot" will help you take better care of others. When you remember to take care of yourself you will be better able to find a sense of balance in your life and make compromises that work for everyone.
"We can't reach our goals if we are standing in our own way."
Here is a dessert recipe to try:
Rice Krispie Pie
1 1/2 ounces of Rice krispies
6 TBL peanut butter
1 TBL honey
1 Pkg sugar free chocolate pudding made with 2 cups of skim milk
Combine rice krispies, peanut butter and honey and press into a 9" pie plate. This is your crust. Pour prepared chilled pudding over crust. Serve.
Makes 6 servings -4 points per serving
See you at the meeting!!!