Yesterday I asked you in my blog to e mail me some "dilemmas" that you the listener can tackle on the air each day. Today we read an E mail about a woman who has a "pact" with her friend to tell each other if one of them started to gain too much weight. I guess that time had come for her friend but she didn't really want to tell her and hurt her feelings and wondered if she should anyway, and if so, how?
Like many pre-conceived notions, you are told to avoid something, such as a particular food, because it is bad for you. However, we are slowly learning, and I emphasize "slowly," that many things aren't bad for you in small doses.
We all worry about weight gain. Clearly, I don't worry enough to stop drinking the kinds of things that have expanded my mid section, but it's not like I don't know I have to figure out a way to keep it in check. I don't know about you but I am just not a fan of going to the gym these days. It's hard enough to motivate myself to go somewhere I want to go let alone that place. So thanks to Reader's Digest, I found a few ways to burn calories at home.
If you worried about bathing suit weather now that June is here, then pick yourself up some soup at the grocery store -- it will help you slender out your body and get you ready for those sun bathing and swimming days ahead.
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