One of the best ways to stay focused and lose those unwanted pounds is to keep a food journal of everything you eat. About 6 weeks ago I decided I was too heavy so I decided I needed to be lighter. My wife suggested (told me) to use the app myfitnesspal to track my foods. I was diligent in recording everything that went into my mouth and the result was a 20 lb weight loss in only 4 weeks. I have not been quite so strict over the last couple of weeks, but I have continued to maintain my weight just knowing that I will have to log my food into my app each day. I tried several other apps, but this is my favorite. So go ahead and give it a try.
Today I decided to replace the LCD on my old Dell Inspiron Ultrabook that was busted by TSA a couple of years ago on a flight to Steamboat. That was pretty simple and by waiting the price of the replacement LCD had come down to only $35. After replacing the screen I decided to upgrade the hard drive to a Samsung solid-state drive that I had from the Guru days.
We all have an opinion of ourselves. We have a certain perception of how we are received by others. Once I heard the statement, “We are only received on the level at which we are perceived.” So, if people think you are an expert on a subject then they will sit up and listen when you speak. On the other hand, if the general perception is that you are a buffoon, well then, you know.
I read this little bit of wisdom this morning,
The generous will prosper; those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed.
We all need refreshing now and then. That statement reveals the truth that if we refresh others, we will also be refreshed. Notice the emphasis is placed on being generous. Pay attention the next time you are around other people, in the workplace or in a social setting. How are you received? Do people approach you with an eager look and open arms or do people seem to look the other way in avoidance? Pay attention and learn if you are refreshing to be around.
By the way, that quote is Proverbs 11:25.