“Why, sometimes, I eat six impossible things before breakfast.” Alice in Wonderland.
(Well, not really, it was the Queen in Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, talking to Alice, and she actually said, “Why, sometimes, I think as many as six impossible things before breakfast.
Sometimes, I say to myself, we just have to adapt truth to fit our circumstances, don’t we?
Hello, this is Pat Coakley and episode 54 of Podsnacks the weekly edition of my almost daily blog: www.artofthediet.com.
Today, I’m talking about the power of one. Meaning you. Just you. Not the community you. Not the meeting going you. Not the wife, mother, daughter, colleague, or auntie you. I mean the solitary you that moves within your family and friends, work and community life, socializing, performing, caring, doing all the things you do, but doing them all the while YOU, solitary you, are slipping down the rabbit hole of lost focus. The slippery slope of backtracking. Regaining lost pounds, six ounces at a