The P words:
Party (I threw party in there for fun, because I really do believe that when I’m feeling successful, it’s like there’s a party going on in my head.)
The D words:
Drudgery (Because when I’m discouraged, depressed and filled with self doubt, everything is drudgery, and not even a brownie will make it better—okay, maybe a little better—but just for a short moment. If the one brownie turns into a brownie feast—I will not feel better. Not even a little bit.)
What is the difference between a P word and a D word? One letter. The letter P is spelled pee and the letter D is spelled dee. (See below, from Ask.com) P is formed with your lips and D is formed with your tongue (go ahead, try it.) They are practically the same word—and they’re both letters. Small differences make all the difference. Like the difference between the healthy choice and the not so healthy choice. One small unhealthy choice won’t kill you, but multiply the choices by hundreds and thousands and they just might.
So the next time you are faced with a food decision, keep in mind the P words necessary for losing pounds and remember, everyone wants to party. No one wants to be a drudge.