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The key to solving mindless eating is to make small changes in your environment so you mindlessly eat less, rather than mindlessly overeat.
environment so you He said: "The key to solving mindless eating is to make small changes in your environment so you mindlessly eat less, rather than mindlessly overeat.
Rather than mindlessly encouraging your readers to eat more seafood, your publication should present a balanced point of view that includes the option of a meat- and fish-free, yet healthful, diet.
How many walk mindlessly past the tabernacle--so often relegated to the side of the church--without a thought for our God and Saviour Who dwells there?
Do you reach mindlessly into the chip bowl or eat more when you're with a friend who's pigging out?
Many of us, especially urban dwellers, spend lives of quiet desperation, mindlessly stroking our cats that sleep 18 hours a day and offer little in the way of menace, save for the scary moment when the cupboard is bare of canned cat food and the nearest market is boarded up for the night.
The idea is not to mindlessly repeat a "routine," but instead to attentively "listen" to the quality of a movement and notice where tension, holding or pain interfere, Because of this, the Feldenkrais Method has been found equally effective with people who have severe injuries and illnesses as well as high performance professionals.
The camera is usually locked down, capturing long takes of seemingly inane events--from the boys mindlessly manipulating their Xbox controls to a dripping faucet.
Its greatest provocation was that it recast the biennial's paradigm of globalization as a problem to be addressed rather than a cause to be mindlessly advanced.
She said: ``I just couldn't mindlessly sing someone else's song.
No one's children or grandchildren should be so mindlessly "patriotic" as to serve a president's new world order aims by killing created enemies at his command.
Is the harm any less injurious because it is so mindlessly insidious and unintentional?