Slow and slothful wins the race when it comes to long-term weight loss

Once I was hanging out with a mutual friend of ours, and we decided to go for a walk.

I knew this was going to be problematic, because she walks fast. And I like to walk slow.

Like really slow.

So slow most people don’t know what to do with themselves while I walk.

The only other person who likes to walk as slow as I do is Jason.

This is one of the many reasons we get a long so well.

Another is that we are both pretty lazy.

Not flat out lazy.

But lazy in the sense that we both like to lounge around, relax and enjoy ourselves - and only exert ourselves when we feel it’s really worth it.

And, I’m convinced this underlying laziness is actually not laziness at all…

but brilliance.

It has worked to our great advantage in many areas of our lives, but particularly health and wellness.

Because when you’re smart-lazy, you actually have a very strong drive to find the easiest, highest-impact, least-effortful, most-efficient way to do things.

And it turns out, that this is exactly what you need when you want to make long term changes.

All the flashy, throw-everything-cupboards-out, go-to-the-gym-everyday, never-eat-sugar-again, give-up-cake-for-good dieting ways are just that - the flash-in-the-pan ways of the hare who never makes it to the end of the race

Real change happens slow and steady.

A little here, a little there, until you notice one day you’re totally different then you were.

The only thing that needs to be dramatic in sustainable weight-loss or health-creation is your shift in perspective.

And even that happens a little at a time.

There’s no rushing any of it.

That’s why we’ve designed “Do It Right, Do It Once” program the way we have.

A ‘program’ upfront, where you get all the basics and tools to get you set up in the direction you really want to go. And then an ongoing newsletter and community, where you continue to learn, refine your ways, and get re-inspired when you get off track (cause there’s always lots of getting off track).

Anyway, it’s the bomb. And you can join right now by clicking below:

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Kate (& Jason)

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