6 responses to “5 Lessons I’ve Learned From My Weight Watchers Leader”

  1. Kate @ Teaching What Is Good

    Very practical and encouraging lessons, Jan. Thanks for sharing how they flesh out in your writing. I love it!

  2. Tia Bach

    A great post. “Work at it” speaks the most to me. I need to work on weight (and my sugar addiction) and keeping the focus on writing. Thanks for the reminder. Glad I popped over.

    Hope you & your family had a lovely Labor Day weekend.

  3. Carol J. Alexander

    Great thoughts, Jan. I love it when our minds apply one area of our life to another. I often just need to show up. I sit at the computer and tell the kids I’m working, but the writing is minimal because my mind isn’t there. Guess I need to work at it, too.

  4. Alexandra Grabbe

    Loved this! Number 2 would be my choice. I’m always practicing. With innkeeping, you meet all types of people.

  5. Ginnie

    #2 and #4 are the ones I can relate most too when it comes to my family situation – yes we all mess up, lets move on and learn from our mistakes! And I also wish I didn’t put such importance in what they think… I am working on that though 🙂

    Thanks for this post!

  6. Krista Swan

    What a great concept: applying Weight Watchers lessons to other parts of our lives! I think you could add to your list, *budgeting & prioritization. Do I want to “spend” those points now, or use them on something better that will be more meaningful?

    Great post, Jan!

    {Popping over from Cascadia Connect}

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