Healthy Living: A Change Is Gonna Come


No, not that change. Come on now, we’re finally inaugurating a new president. Woo hoo! I’m going out on a limb and say, I’m very excited about this change!

I know Obama’s camp has received some criticism about the plethora of slogans he’s used throughout his campaign, but, let’s face it, if you’re not willing to make a change, how can you expect anything different? Something most of you who read here know all too well.

But change can be difficult. It’s not always easy, or pleasant. Yet sometimes change can be invigorating, life changing and empowering.  The long term benefits of healthy change should see us through the rest of your lives. And when you’re closer to the end than the beginning, that becomes all too clear.

In Vermont, at a women’s weight loss spa, we’ve been talking about change for quite some time. In fact, the brochure which we’ve been sending out for years and years, speaks to the change that occurs for so many women when they come to Green Mountain at Fox Run. Change of pace, change of heart, change of scene, change of clothes, change of life.

So, whether it’s change in the world, change at work, change in the home or change in your heart, change is necessary to make a difference. Maybe now is the time we can all look inside and see what we can do to be part of something special.

4 responses to “Healthy Living: A Change Is Gonna Come”

  1. Diane Gilabert says:

    Agree that nothing worth changing is going to be easy or someone else would have already done it! But that shouldn’t stop anyone from dreaming big and taking one step at a time to reach their goals. Thank you for an inspiring post.

  2. Cindy says:

    run don’t walk, isn’t always the best advice. slow and steady wins the race.

    good old aesop.

  3. Top 3 Online Programs says:

    Such an inspiring day for change, no? What a great time to focus on what we want to bring into our lives.

    Keep up the good work!

  4. Cindy says:

    I hope both the democrats and republicans can embrace bipartisanship. Unfortunately, they have a rotten history of doing so.

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