Making Lists

- POSTED ON: Apr 23, 2012


I use lists to organize my thoughts, my plans, my goals, and sometimes even my feelings.

When I feel overwhelmed by the way Life is unfolding around me, and the things
it seems like I have to do in response to that, just making a list seems to make me feel better.

In fact, sometimes making a list can take enough of the pressure off,
that I actually don't have to do anything else at all.

I've noticed that this seems to hold true for a lot of people who feel a need to diet.
For some, choosing a diet, buying a book, marking a starting weight,
seems to relive the inner pressure to diet enough,
that they actually don't have to work to FOLLOW that diet.
Their decision to diet seems to allow them to continue with their current eating behavior.

Just an observation. 


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