You know what isn't fair? The fact that it's so much more fun to gain weight than it is to diet and exercise. That has to be one of the real reasons why people don't like to lose weight, right? I mean it only makes sense. If doing what it took to be at your ideal weight was more enjoyable than what it takes to gain weight, we wouldn't have a problem with obesity.
It doesn't have to be that way anymore. Imagine if it wasn't such a drag to get healthy, to lose weight, to eat right or to exercise. I'm sure you can see what a positive impact that could have on how much you weigh. Here are some ideas you can put to use to make it fun.
The very first thing you have to do is change your mindset. Don't worry about what other people think about your jogging, or what your friends will say when you order grilled chicken for lunch. You know why you shouldn't worry? Because it's your body! Let them laugh. You can laugh with them or laugh back at them. Either way, you'll get the last laugh and that's the best kind.
Alright, let's face it, you probably already like to eat, otherwise you wouldn't have to be looking for ways to lose weight. This is just a guess, but what you probably don't enjoy is eating more of the right foods and less of the not-so-good ones. You can give the good foods funny names, and vice-versa. You're not eating broccoli, you're eating "goody goody mini-greens". And it's no longer a doughnut, now that you call it a "sweetened lard bomb". Go ahead, be creative.
Also, don't deprive yourself. You can still eat all of the foods you enjoy, just not as much. If you try to cut them out all together, that wouldn't be any fun at all. Instead you would be focusing on the deprivation and bury your head into a half-gallon of ice cream as soon as your willpower wavered. But when you eat a little of the things you like, there's no need for willpower at all.
When it comes to exercising to lose weight the main key is to do something you enjoy doing. Just get moving. You don't have to go for a three-mile jog or lift weights in the gym (unless you want to). Get out in the garden, go for a walk, toss the frisbee around, go swimming...any extra activity that appeals to you will burn off extra calories.
Finally, as you do these things more, it will get to be even more fun as you do them. And seeing the results is makes it even more worthwhile. So, don't let others tell you that losing weight is hard. You know better, you now know just how fun it can be.