Yoga kab hoga? :(

I am someone who has been trying to lose some weight for a while now. I have tried every way possible to get rid of the little extra mass that I have put on, but no, none of them worked for me!

I think I was a fraud gym owner in my previous birth. Karma, is the only explanation that can answer the exorbitant amounts of money I have spent on gym enrolments. My weight loss journey with gyms, stopped at the enrolment. I think I could have bought a second hand car with that amount of money. Obviously now, the word "gym" is banned from being uttered at my place. 

I tried dieting. I was quite successful at it, as well. Two whole months of no rice, for someone who binges it was a humongous task, but I did it. The sad part was, I did not know what to do after two months, I started eating, like man had just discovered food( read junk) and gained back all the waist, oops weight that I had lost. I can never go back to dieting, depriving a foodie of food, is like the worst punishment ever.

Yoga is something I wanted try real bad. I went to yoga classes and learnt it as well. But after a month of doing the same aasanas, I got bored. I stopped and so did my weight loss journey. 

But, I badly want to lose all the weight and I feel yoga is the better option and so, every night, I promise to myself that I will wake up early the next morning and practice yoga. I am so consistent, you won't believe when I say, I have been promising myself this, for three whole months straight. The day I wake up early and practice yoga, is yet to see the light of day. I am tired of pushing my plan!

Why oh why am I like this? I want the best of both the worlds. I want to eat as much as I want and also not gain a single gram. Who wouldn't want that? For now, I am going to try hard and motivate myself to start practising yoga at least from tomorrow morning.Iss baar, I will try yoga with power! 

Do you have a better solution for my problem? Or any tips for motivation? 
Tell me, tell me, please tell me....




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  1. I have just one solution: Stop caring about your weight and the world would become glorious again! (Trust me, this works!)

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    1. I have done this too! It is usually when I don't care that I weigh less! :D :D

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  2. ur consistency has reminded me the unfilled promises i used to make to myself after every semester that from next semester i will study from day 1.. :D..motivation chubbier people looks more pretty;solution practice it in the evening :P

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    1. I used to consistently promise to study better the next semester, too. :P

      And that is not motivation Ankurrr, it is flattery! Thank you, I feel good about being chubby! hehe
      I love your solution, I will try it. Hopefully. :P

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    2. even sometime flattery sounds a kind of motivation :D .. but flattery wasn't intended !

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    3. Really? :( Now I will strive to lose weight, harder! :D :D

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    4. *no comments :p* u should not do that over one comment :D .. u love drama (nautanki wala) right ? :P

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  3. Wishful thinking. We are all struggling :)

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    1. Do you have a better solution, Anitha? :( :/

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  4. All the best for yoga. I have been planning it for years but the plan never materialized :p

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    1. Thank God I am not alone! :P

      Let's plan and do it, maybe that might motivate us! :P

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  5. Hahaha, I was a regular yoga fanatic some years ago. And then i got married and it all went for a toss. Trying to get back to it though now. Let me know if you succeed.

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    1. Haha haha! I really hope I succeed. Thanks for reading Sowmya. :)

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