As we champion into the New Year, let our fitness goals be one on the list we check off.
Let’s face it dieting and wrinkles are inevitable, but you can combat them like a ninja. Why, because there are tricks to the game. Just ask Trump. You play to WIN!!! Dutty style!
With countless YouTube DIYs on how to look younger and adopting a healthier lifestyle, you can keep those wrinkles and the unwanted weight off.
So before you start your fitness goal, enjoy your Thanksgiving meal like it is your last supper. You have the permission to eat everything delicious on-sight.
On the next day, go to a Wholefoods market and pick up a half pecan pie, and then head on over to the frozen food aisle. Grab a pint of your favorite Ben&Jerry’s ice cream, and take them to the register. Engage in small talk and flirt if the cashier is cute then pay.
Let the nostalgia begin, and this time the thriller isn’t in Manila.
You are about to commit one of seven cardinal sins, and this crime needs no witness.
Make sure bae is at bay. It’s a one-man job, and you are fit for it.
As you make your way home the anticipation is building in momentum and your endocrine system is working over time priming up your gastrointestinal for a major catastrophe of epic proportion, but it’s the right kind of catastrophe.
When you get home, take the pie out of the polyethylene and set it on the counter table along with the pint of ice cream.
Go to your room and disrobe. Put on your most comfortable PJs, preferably cotton and roomy to accommodate any ostensible expansion.
Put the pecan pie in the microwave, and set it for 3 minutes. Take out the pie and plate yourself a generous portion with ice cream. Go on; you deserve it! Do a small dance.
Sit, eat, and binge watch on your favorite TV shows on Netflix!
Tomorrow is another day. Schedule a 3.25-mile run with your friend in Central Park.
This is the beginning of a revolution. Take charge and start your fitness goal and commit to it!
This was my Thanksgiving 2015 story, and today I am 20 lbs lighter.
Remember weight loss is a journey of commitment and not of special ability. If I can, so can you.