take responsibility for your life and actions. You are the only person responsible for your attitude
Friday, September 01, 2006
take responsibility for your life and actions. You are the only person responsible for your attitude-and your life.
Today's article suggests that I am responsible for my attitude and my life and to take responsibility for it. How does this relate to a healthier life style? Well, during the past year, I have become aware that no one else is holding the spoon that goes into my mouth, and I have the ability to pay for the place where I want to exercise and to buy my food. The food that I want for a healthier life style is within my budget. It has taken me a while to recognize that there are things that I like better than the fast food place that I want to drive through in the morning to get a high calorie breakfast. And I am beginning to realize that when I'm with others, that if they want to eat the breaded deep-fried stuff, it is their business what size their waist line is or isn't. I am acquiring a tast, most of the time, for the fruits and veggies and lean meats and whole wheat bread that I am consuming. My attitude is lagging a bit, but I am beginning to embrace this new lifestyle and smile and enjoy people's company when I'm with others rather than how much I scarf into my mouth. This artilc has been a big help in realizing where I'm at. So, as today's article suggests, I am responsible for my attitude and my life and to take responsibility for it, and I am up to that challenge.