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Vitality Member "Use Vitality, it works! Vitality Member "I make sure I get motivated to get my steps in, even when I don't want to. Vitality Member "I like the rewards part of the program — I replaced my heart rate monitor with points and now I'm leveraging the Amazon gift card.
Vitality Member "I know now that without Vitality I would not have gotten my weight down, because I would not have had the motivation to get started. Vitality Member "I joined Vitality and saw how learning to be healthy and active was not as scary as I thought. Vitality Member "I decided that not only did I need to eat right, but I needed to increase the amount of exercise that I completed.
Vitality Member "I have a new outlook on life. You have to make healthy choices every day. Vitality Member "I have been wearing the Fitbit one for the past month. Vitality Member "My favorite part of Vitality is learning new ways to exercise so I don't get bored and slack off.
Vitality Member "Thank you for creating such an amazing program it really keeps me on track with my goals. Vitality Member "My favorite part is watching my points add up once I have submitted or completed a task.
Vitality Member "The competition and challenge of achieving goals that is encouraged by the Vitality program, motivated me to engage. Vitality Member "Keep in mind that consistency and dedication are key to achieving your goals. Vitality Member "The program has taught me to challenge myself and strive for improvement. Vitality Member "The hardest part is starting.
Vitality Member "I began walking regularly. Vitality Member "Thanks to Vitality for encouraging my husband and I to get in the process of eating better and exercising, it's given us the energy to do more. Vitality Member "The best part is that it is possible to earn points for something you are already doing. Vitality Member "A serious trigger for setting specific goals was completing the Vitality Health Review. So what's going on here? It turns out that we're fighting one of the most evolutionarily-conserved learning processes currently known in science, one that's conserved back to the most basic nervous systems known to man.
This reward-based learning process is called positive and negative reinforcement, and basically goes like this. We see some food that looks good, our brain says, "Calories! And especially with sugar, our bodies send a signal to our brain that says, "Remember what you're eating and where you found it. See food, eat food, feel good, repeat. Well, after a while, our creative brains say, "You know what? You can use this for more than just remembering where food is.
You know, next time you feel bad, why don't you try eating something good so you'll feel better? Same process, just a different trigger. Instead of this hunger signal coming from our stomach, this emotional signal — feeling sad — triggers that urge to eat. Maybe in our teenage years, we were a nerd at school, and we see those rebel kids outside smoking and we think, "Hey, I want to be cool.
The Marlboro Man wasn't a dork, and that was no accident. See cool, smoke to be cool, feel good. And each time we do this, we learn to repeat the process and it becomes a habit. So later, feeling stressed out triggers that urge to smoke a cigarette or to eat something sweet. Now, with these same brain processes, we've gone from learning to survive to literally killing ourselves with these habits. Obesity and smoking are among the leading preventable causes of morbidity and mortality in the world.
So back to my breath. What if instead of fighting our brains, or trying to force ourselves to pay attention, we instead tapped into this natural, reward-based learning process What if instead we just got really curious about what was happening in our momentary experience?
I'll give you an example. In my lab, we studied whether mindfulness training could help people quit smoking. Now, just like trying to force myself to pay attention to my breath, they could try to force themselves to quit smoking. And the majority of them had tried this before and failed — on average, six times. Now, with mindfulness training, we dropped the bit about forcing and instead focused on being curious. In fact, we even told them to smoke.
We continued to work around the circle. We layered shorter driftwood pieces on top and in between the longer driftwood pieces to hide the exposed plywood underneath. Because hot glue is not the strongest adhesive, the finished driftwood mirror was somewhat fragile so we found we had to be very careful when moving it around.
But once the mirror was hung in place, the hot glue did what it needed it to! We found this helpful post from Adhesives. Join our Craft Habit Social Community to craft, connect and celebrate with like-minded people.
Pin it for Later! And there it is…our driftwood mirror all hung up! What is it about driftwood that we love so much? Thank you for helping us to sustain Sustain My Craft Habit! This easy DIY tutorial is perfect for any coastal cottage or home. Install a hanging hook to the back of the mirror. Glue the mirror to the front of the plywood circle.
Glue driftwood pieces to the plywood around the mirror. We're sisters, moms and lifelong craft addicts both living near Toronto, Canada with our families. Thank you so much Clara! Feel free to email us a photo or post it on our Facebook page: Thank you so much Shauna! Drift wood mirrors are looking so beautiful.