15 Important Questions to Ask Yourself
Journey to Health

Quit Playing the Blame Game

BlamethrowerI don't know if you've ever blamed anyone or something other than you for your current health status, habits or struggles with health but I know I have.

My genetics, bone structure, friends, family and co-workers have all been victims of my blame.

Blaming others, the taste of foods, or any other thing will not lead us to a better life. We can't blame our way into a better future. All blame does is enable us to smuggle our issues into our future. Blame sets us up for another failure.

Live-above-the-lineThere's no shame in accepting the blame for our own current circumstances and situation with our health and life even if others or something else is at fault. It's the grown up thing to do and once we realize it is our responsibility to accept our circumstances and deal with them by learning more, becoming more and achieving more; our lives change forever!

Our relationships with others, food, exercise, sleep, etc. all improve when we improve. If you're life is mess will you blame others for causing the mess or will you accept your part in causing the mess and start cleaning it up? Will you live above the line?

Our next round of the 28-Day Health Games Challenge starts on the 1st so if you're interested in eating healthier, being active, gaining energy and achieving you goal, see www.TheHealthyGames.info and contact us for more details.


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