Dieting, Dare to be Different!
Mary uses a triple-fold that she's perfected over the years. Rather than squaring up her towels, she folds them in half, then inward, like a giant burrito.
Her towels require a little more storage room, but she likes the way they look once they are stored away - like colorful puffy clouds.
Lester doesn't fold his towels at all.
Once he has them out of the dryer, he simply tosses them into a stack.
When he is ready for his bubble bath, he just grabs and goes.
So one might ask, "What does folding a towel have to do with losing weight?"
It may not be that low-carb diet that worked for their friend, Ace. And it might not be that radical fad diet that is circling the Diet Village.
How would Joe feel if he were forced to fold his towels like Mary?
And what about this.....
How would Lester feel if someone told him that he had to start folding his towels like meticulous Mary? Or, if Mary were forced to toss down her towels like Lester?
An individual experiences much the same feeling when they are forced to deal with a diet that just isn't their cup of tea.
The diet becomes an albatross - something they dread rather than welcome into their life.
Simply by asking, "How do I fold my towels?" Use this q & a process to analyze your diet plan.
Keep in mind that a good diet plan was created with a modification element in mind. So make the diet your own.
Insert your favorite snacks, substitute your favorite physical activities - and so forth. Dare to be Diet Different!
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